Recommended Service Intervals
Our recommended service intervals are every 10,000km's for all Jeep and Land Rover turbo diesel models and always include engine oil, oil filter, air filter & most importantly fuel filters. This is based on our experience with common rail turbo diesel engines to provide owners with long term reliable trouble free motoring out of your Jeep or Land Rover branded vehicle

A lot of engine related issues on modern common rail diesel engine can often be related to poor or long service intervals such as servicing every 20,000km's, these include turbo failures, engine main bearing slip or failure, common rail fuel pressure system faults such as injector, pressure sensor, pressure regulator faults.

PIC: Range Rover Sport 3.0lt SDV6 (L494: 2014 - present)
Servicing every 10,000km is more cost effective, exceeds manufacturers specifications and ensure long trouble free motoring

Creating Value

Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value.
(Albert Einstein) 

This is our aim when it comes to the service (and repair) of your Jeep, Land-Rover or Range Rover. Every vehicle that is serviced by us, on it’s first visit we do a comprehensive inspection. Not to give the owner a scroll of items that need repairing but to give you (and us) a good overall report on its current condition. From there we recommend a service schedule that is based on offering you the client both value for money with the aim of reducing your cost of ownership and to maintain your vehicle to an exacting standard with regular and preventative maintenance.


This is how servicing should be viewed… as “value” and not simply another financial burden.

Regardless if you have a 1976 model series III "Landie", a 2004 model Discovery 2 traversing remote tracks in the outback, a Discovery 4 or the latest Range Rover Sport SDV6 parked near a cafe in Mt Lawley or Leederville or a 2014 JK Wrangler on a trail proven path, you can be sure Aztech 4x4 Mechanical has you covered for all your scheduled service, log book service & major service needs.

Our service schedules are above, beyond and exceed manufacturers required specifications at all times. All service work is documented and carried out to exacting standards.

Scheduled, logbook servicing

Scheduled servicing is typically your 5,000Km, 10,00Km, 15,000Km, 20,000Km service, these are at a minimum followed to manufacturers requirements. Newer vehicles such as the Land Rover Discovery 3, Discovery 4, Range Rover, Range Rover Sport, Land Rover Defender 2.4lt & 2.2lt we recommend a service schedule of every 10,000Kms, this will ensure a well maintained and therefor reliable vehicle for the owner. 10,000Km service intervals exceed the Jaguar Land Rover recommendation.

Logbook servicing is a bit of a catch phrase adopted by the motor vehicle repair industry, it refers to scheduled servicing for new motor vehicles under a new vehicle warranty. "logbook servicing" is used by both the manufacturers and other service centres, its a sales pitch, nothing more.

The Competition and Consumer Act 2010 prevents the practice of exclusive dealing by attaching conditions to the sale of goods that restrict the buyer’s freedom of choice to deal with whom or in what they choose.

This means that a motor vehicle manufacturer cannot specify that you must have your car serviced by a manufacturers dealer network as part of the warranty conditions. A manufacturer can not void a warranty simply because a motor vehicle owner has chosen to have a vehicle serviced outside the dealer network.

What we do...

All new Jeep, Land Rover or Range Rover vehicles covered by a new vehicle warranty that we do scheduled or "logbook" servicing, the below list is carried out

  • Service work is carried out as per manufacturers service requirements.
  • If we don't have the service information already available for your vehicle, we log into either the online Chrysler portal or Jaguar Land Rover (through a yearly paid subscription) and download the latest information available.
  • All fluids used exceed manufacturers specifications, often this requires using the fluid as used by the manufacturer such as Castrol or ZF. Otherwise if a better specification is available, we use quality Penrite products.
  • We use both genuine, OEM or other brands for parts and filters that equal or exceed manufacturers specifications.
  • All work is documented & signed.

Major Service Work

Typically this is such items as vehicle fluid change (diffs, transfer case, hub assemblies, coolant, brake fluid, power steering fluid), auto transmission servicing & fluid change, timing belt replacement or timing chain replacement. Again some items we recommend changing at set intervals such as coolant and servicing auto transmissions exceed the manufacturers service schedules as we consider such items to be a preventative maintenance measure.

PIC: Land Rover Discovery 3 & Range Rover Sport TDV6 (2.7, 3.0) Timing belt change interval is at every 168,000km (100,000 miles)


PIC: Land Rover Discovery 3 & Range Rover Sport TDV6 (2.7, 3.0) back of the engine is a belt that drives the high pressure fuel pump, while technically not a timing belt, its change interval is the same as the front timing belt, every 168,000kms (100,000 miles).


PIC: Jeep KJ CRD 2.8 & Dodge Nitro 2.8 Timing belt change interval is at every 100,000km


PIC: Land Rover Defender (Puma) 2.4 & 2.2 we recommend engine service intervals of 10,000km's



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