Rely on the Acura Maintenance Minder™ to stay ahead of the curve on recommended Acura service

Here in the greater Fort Lauderdale, FL area, folks thrive on the hustle and bustle of day-to-day life. But when you're jetting around town and juggling competing interests, it's understandable that caring for your car might slip your mind. Fortunately, with the Acura Maintenance Minder™ , your Acura car can let you know when it's time to pay a visit to our certified Acura service center here at Rick Case Acura, so you can get the care your car needs and get on with your day in a snap!

Now, it simply can't be overstated just how critical it is to stay up-to-date with your manufacturer-recommended maintenance and repairs. Sure, Acura cars are impeccably crafted and built to last, but if you let those outstanding maintenance milestones go by without a thought, pretty soon you're going to have significant, and not to mention costly, repair problems on your hands.

Luckily, that's where the Acura Maintenance Minder™ comes in exceptionally handy. Equipped to most modern Acura models with a multi-information display screen, the Acura Maintenance Minder™ is an on-board computer-driven system that monitors the condition of your Acura vehicle and displays a gentle reminder when your car is due for maintenance. This reminder can be reset as needed, but it is one of the best guidelines for caring for your Acura vehicle, so you'd do well to keep it in mind. That being said, let's go over a few of the different codes that your Acura Maintenance Minder™ might display, and what they'll mean.

15%

This code means that your Acura car's engine oil has about 15-percent of its usable lifespan remaining.

5%

This code means that your Acura car's engine oil has about 5-percent of its usable lifespan remaining.

0%

This code means that your Acura car's engine oil has 0-percent of its usable lifespan remaining, and your car is overdue for an oil change.

A (Main Code)

This code indicates that your Acura car is due for an oil change.

B (Main Code)

This code indicates that your Acura car is due for an oil change, tire rotation, brake inspection, parking brake inspection, suspension inspection, exhaust inspection, and all other relevant inspections and testing designated by a certified Acura technician.

1 (Sub Code)

This code indicates that your Acura car is due for a tire rotation.

2 (Sub Code)

This code indicates that you should have the drive belt and air filters inspected or replaced on your Acura car as necessary.

3 (Sub Code)

This code indicates that your Acura car is due for a transmission fluid replenishment.

4 (Sub Code)

This code indicates that you should replace the spark plugs, and inspect the timing belt, valve clearance, and water pump on your Acura car.

5 (Sub Code)

This code indicates that your Acura car is due for a transmission fluid replenishment.

6 (Sub Code)

This code indicates that your Acura car is due for a rear differential fluid replenishment.

Where can I go if my Acura Maintenance Minder™ says my car is due for service?

Rick Case Acura, of course! At our Fort Lauderdale, FL certified Acura service center, we perform everything from Acura oil changes and tire rotations to transmission repair and brake pad replacement on a daily basis. With highly trained Acura technicians ready and waiting to serve you, and the latest genuine Acura parts to boot, there's no Acura care issue we're not well-equipped to handle. Schedule your next service visit with us today!

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