Originally Posted by 5456Mich
So Hank having bought the 2014 with 4K miles on it other than checking the fluid levels according to that sheet I should be good for a few years, unless of course the mileage goes crazy.
Joe, I am not sure what you mean being good for two years. Service schedules for items generally have a mileage limit and a time limit; which is in most cases 12 months (whichever comes first). For our diesel engine, the oil change mileage limit is 15,000 miles, but the time limit is 12 months. Myself an a lot of folks probably believe that well if I only did 3,000 miles last year, I don't have to change it. But if you are called to task to show your service records for a warranty coverage, you might wish that you followed the schedule.
I showed a typical service sheet for 48 months. There is many item to do. So you are not going to be good, there is many things that need be done annually (sorry to say) - Hank