Maintance 2014 ford focus
Sounds like a front end alignment is in order, rotation of the tires, if not new tires if those are original since they don't last as long as brand name aftermarket tires. Serpentine belt could go a little longer but good idea to replace, Inspect pulleys and idlers. Check wear on breaks, Check all fluid levels & hoses, just a going over. Trany filter and oil change would be a bad idea also. Keep the engine oil changed of course.
Check/replace air filter. fuel filter, and such.
Check your owners manual for an exact list, but normally servicing the automatic transmission if equipped, or changing the fluid if a manual transmission, changing the engine oil and filter, lube all available grease fittings, check the brakes and flush the brake fluid, check the tires, check belts and hoses, check the coolant PH and protection levels, flush and refill if needed, lube door latches and hinges, check all lights for proper operation. check the suspension for any excessive play in components and proper shock absorber operation. If you car is pulling to the left it is a sign of something out of specs with the alignment, could be front or rear, a 4 wheel alignment check is recommended, but that is not part of a normal 35K check up. HTH
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