2020 Ram 1500 Exterior

How Often Should I Service My RAM 1500?

If you want to keep your Ram 1500 performing at its best, never overlook the importance of routine servicing. Failing to maintain your truck properly will ultimately lead to more repairs in the long run. To find out your specific model's recommended maintenance intervals, always check the vehicle owner's manual. Here's an overview of the Ram 1500 service intervals.

15,000-Mile Service

At the 15,000-mile mark, your Ram 1500 is likely due for another oil change. Regular oil changes help prevent premature engine wear and tear. A tire rotation is also highly recommended. This vital service can extend the life of your tires by thousands of miles.

30,000-Mile Service

When your Ram 1500 reaches 30,000 miles, it's time to replace the engine air filter. If the air filter becomes clogged with dust and other debris, the engine cannot develop maximum power. This results in a noticeable decrease in overall performance. If your truck is equipped with a 4X4 drivetrain, now is also the time for the technicians to inspect the transfer case fluid.

60,000-Mile Service

A critical aspect of the Ram 1500 maintenance schedule is servicing your transmission. Not only will the automatic transmission fluid need to be changed, but a new transmission filter should be installed as well.

90,000-Mile Service

Although your Ram 1500 comes equipped with long-life spark plugs, they will eventually begin to wear down. The service center will replace the spark plugs at the 90,000-mile mark to be on the safe side. Among the symptoms of worn spark plugs include rough idling, hesitation, and hard starting.


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