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Keep your INFINITI in optimal condition with routine oil inspections and changes. Thanks to the advancements in synthetic motor oils, we can now extend the intervals between maintenance appointments while enhancing the longevity of our cars. INFINITI recommends changing your new vehicle’s oil and air filter every 6 months or 7,500 miles, whichever occurs first, ensuring your INFINITI continues to perform at its best. Check your owner’s manual and follow all in-vehicle alerts for best practices on when to change your make and model engine oil.

What to Expect at INFINITI of Orland Park

Our INFINITI service center is dedicated to serving Orland Park, Illinois, and surrounding areas. Our team of INFINITI-trained and certified technicians prioritize integrity and utilize genuine parts for servicing, diagnosing, and repairing your INFINITI. When you visit our service center, expect exceptional and timely service. Whether you have inquiries or want to schedule service online, our INFINITI service staff is committed to ensuring an accurate and efficient service experience. Contact us today at (708) 315-6571 for more information.

Why Choose INFINITI of Orland Park Service Center?

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  • Schedule Service Online
  • Qualified INFINITI Service Technicians

Why Are Oil Changes Important?

The movement of engine parts generates significant heat, heightened by the combustion process. Maintaining a film of oil is imperative to lubricate these moving components, as the engine would quickly seize without it. Engine oil also accumulates impurities such as carbon, minuscule metal particles, water vapor, and combustion-related acids. Although the oil filter captures these contaminants, once saturated, the oil begins to deteriorate, losing its lubricating capacity. If neglected, old oil can lead to increased wear on engine parts and the buildup of sludge deposits on critical components like bearings and valvetrain.

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Synthetic or Conventional?

After extensive review, research, and practical application, the consensus is clear: synthetic oil surpasses conventional oil in nearly every aspect. Here’s why:

  • Temperature Resilience: Synthetic oil maintains consistent viscosity, resisting thickening in cold weather and thinning in high temperatures. This is particularly vital during startup, ensuring rapid oil flow to the engine’s upper regions.
  • Enhanced Shear Strength: Synthetic oil exhibits superior shear strength at a molecular level. Its molecules remain intact under extreme pressure, a critical factor for tight engine tolerances.
  • Purity: Synthetic oil lacks paraffin-like impurities frequently present in conventional oil.
  • Additive Performance: The additive packages in synthetic oil, including detergents and friction modifiers, outperform their conventional oil counterparts.
  • Extended Service Intervals: While synthetic oil may come at a higher per-quart cost, it offers extended oil change intervals, typically around 10,000 miles (refer to your owner’s manual for the manufacturer’s recommendations).
  • Manufacturer Recommendations: Many automakers now specify low-viscosity synthetic oil to reduce internal friction and enhance engine efficiency. It’s essential to adhere to these recommendations to maintain your factory warranty, as using different engine oils can void it.
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How to Check Oil Level

Regularly monitoring your oil level, especially before long trips, is a crucial maintenance practice. A convenient time for this check is during refueling. Below is a quick and simple oil check guideline:

  1. Run your engine until it reaches normal operating temperature.
  2. Park on a completely level surface and turn off the engine.
  3. Allow the engine to cool for a few minutes.
  4. Remove the dipstick, wipe it clean, and reinsert it.
  5. Remove the dipstick, keeping it horizontal to prevent oil spillage.
  6. If the oil level falls below the minimum mark on the dipstick, you’ll need to add oil accordingly.

Remember, every INFINITI engine has specific oil requirements, so consult your owner’s manual to ensure you use the appropriate oil for your vehicle.

Man pouring oil

Recommended Maintenance Schedules

Preserve the value and performance of your INFINITI vehicle by staying up to date with suggested routine maintenance. Whether it’s periodic self-checks on your tires, oil, and brake pads every month or adhering to scheduled inspections and oil changes, following INFINITI’s recommended maintenance schedule will not only ensure your car’s optimal condition but also save you time and money in the long term. Key service intervals for INFINITI include:


Regular Inspections

30,000-miles or after two years

60,000-miles or after four years

90,000-miles or after six years

120,000-miles or after eight years


Scheduled Maintenance Every 7,500 Miles

  • Change engine oil and filter, replace drain plug washer, and top off all fluid
  • Rotate and inspect all 4 tires
  • Inspect front and rear brake pads and calipers
  • Inspect tie rod ends, steering gearbox & rack boots
  • Inspect suspension components
  • Inspect drive shaft boots
  • Multi-point Inspection with report of vehicle condition

Intermediate Service Every 15,000 Miles

  • Change engine oil and filter, replace drain plug washer, and top off all fluids
  • Rotate and inspect all 4 tires
  • Inspect front and rear brake pads and calipers
  • Check and adjust parking brake
  • Inspect brake hoses and valves
  • Lubricate all locks, latches & hinges
  • Inspect cooling system hoses
  • Inspect exhaust system
  • Inspect fuel lines & connections for leaks
  • Check operation of all lights & controls
  • Inspect vehicle underbody
  • Inspect dust & pollen filter
  • Multi-point inspection with report of vehicle condition

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Oil Change FAQs

Most new INFINITI models require an oil change every 7,500 miles. However, you should refer to your INFINITI owners manual for an accurate oil change schedule.

You can inspect your INFINITI’s oil by completing the following steps:

  1. Run your engine until it reaches normal operating temperature.
  2. Park on a completely level surface and turn off the engine.
  3. Allow the engine to cool for a few minutes.
  4. Remove the dipstick, wipe it clean, and reinsert it.
  5. Remove the dipstick, keeping it horizontal to prevent oil spillage.
  6. If the oil level falls below the minimum mark on the dipstick, you'll need to add oil accordingly.

INFINITI typically recommends using synthetic oil, but the exact type may vary depending on your model and year. Consult your owner's manual for the specific oil type.

Delayed oil changes can lead to engine wear and damage, reduced fuel efficiency, and potential engine overheating issues.

Warning signs include low oil pressure, a check engine light, loud engine noise, or the oil appearing dirty and gritty on the dipstick. If you notice any of these, it's best to schedule an oil change as soon as possible.

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INFINITI of Orland Park is located at: 8751 W 159th Street • Orland Park, IL 60462
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