Boise Service Center

Welcome to Our Boise Service Center

If your Ford or Lincoln vehicle is in need of servicing, we want to invite you to bring your vehicle into our service center here at Lithia Ford Lincoln of Boise. Our expert service technicians specialize in all things Ford and Lincoln and will work tirelessly to get your vehicle's issue fixed no matter how small or large of a problem it is. Whatever your plans might be, the way to get what you want from your car is to give it what it needs: proper care.

Ensure Your Vehicle is in Tip-Top Shape with Ford and Lincoln Service Near Meridian, Nampa, Caldwell and Eagle

Oil Change

Keep your vehicle running smooth with routine oil changes at Lithia Ford Lincoln of Boise.

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Car Batteries

Get a head start on maintenance before you have to jump-start

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Brake Repairs

Let Lithia Ford of Boise put a stop to all of your brake system problems

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Keep it rolling with routine tire rotations at Lithia Ford Lincoln of Boise

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Parts Specials

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Service Your Vehicle with Our Expert Technicians

Everyone wants a new F-150, Escape, Focus, Explorer or F-250 that will treat them well - and by that, we mean drive for many, many miles with zero to very few breakdowns/repairs. Perhaps you even have notions of passing your new or used Ford or Lincoln on to someone close to you. If you're experiencing even the first signs of an issue with your vehicle, it is important to have it diagnosed and fixed before it turns into a major problem. No matter where you call home, we're eager to take care of your various maintenance needs!

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While we all wish our vehicles would stay in new condition forever, unfortunately that isn't the case. But that doesn't mean that having your vehicle serviced can't be quicker and more convenient than ever before. Whether you're in need of an oil change, tire rotation, brake repair/replacement, engine repair, transmission repair, battery replacement or anything else far and in between, our expert technicians can get your vehicle back in like new condition in no time at all. We use only the certified genuine Ford and Lincoln parts that were specifically designed for your vehicle to ensure that it's going to continue to run the way it was designed to for many more miles to come.

Auto Service Frequently Asked Questions

Interested in learning more about the basics of automotive service? Our factory-trained experts have compiled some of our customer's most frequently asked questions to help provide you with some insight into the service process, how regularly you need to attend to vehicle maintenance, and some of the warning signs that can alert you to potential issues that will soon require repairs. Once you've familiarized yourself with the automotive service and repair process, schedule an appointment at our service center in Boise to better prepare your vehicle for the upcoming season.

When Should I Get My Oil Changed?

Oil changes should regularly occur every 3,000 to 5,000 miles or as recommended in your owner's manual. Older vehicles will require more frequent oil changes as they generally don't run on synthetic oil like new cars, trucks, and SUVs.

How Often Should I Rotate My Car's Tires?

Tire rotations are something many drivers overlook. However, when left unattended, your vehicle's tires will wear unevenly leading to unnecessary expenditures on your part. It's a good idea to have your vehicle's tires rotated every 6,000 miles (or every other oil change visit), to prevent premature tire wear and tread loss.

How Often Should I Replace My Vehicle's Fuel Filter and Spark Plugs?

For optimal performance, you should expect to change your vehicle's fuel filter about every 30,000 miles. Spark plugs too can be changed around every 30,000 miles (or about every 30 months). However, some models are armed with platinum tipped spark plugs which need to be replaced much less frequently.

My Battery is Showing Signs of Corrosion: What are My Next Steps?

If you've noticed buildup of a green crumbly substance around your vehicle's battery ports, then it's time to bring your vehicle in to a service center for terminal and cable cleaning. This is often a quick and easy annual check-up, however some older models require more frequent battery terminal cleanings to ensure they're providing a strong and secure electrical connection.

Why is My "Check Engine" Light On?

There is a full spectrum of reasons why your vehicle's "Check Engine" light could be illuminated. Issues could range from a simple oil change to more extensive electrical problems. While a this light isn't an end-all warning for your vehicle, you should definitely consider bringing it to the nearest service center as soon as your schedule allows. From there, a mechanic will use the latest cutting-edge software to diagnose the issue and get your vehicle back in like-new condition.