Chevy Maintenance Schedule
Being proactive with general car maintenance helps prevents breakdowns and expensive repairs. Following the recommended
Chevrolet maintenance schedule may ensure your vehicle continues to remain reliable and safe despite various road and weather conditions.
When your Chevrolet seems to be performing normally, it can seem like a waste of time to schedule an oil change or other brake inspection.
However, keeping your vehicle on track with regularly scheduled check-ups and maintenance saves money. Oil lubricates all the engine parts
in the vehicle. Without proper oil levels (missed oil changes causes oil levels to drop), the engine's metal components grind and wear
against each and this friction eventually can lead to engine failure--a huge expense that may be avoided by keeping on schedule with oil
changes. The myCARFAX app helps ensure an oil change is never overlooked.
Overinflated or underinflated (tires with low pressure) can be a safety hazard. The air in your tires expands during the high temperature days of summer and can contract during the bitter cold of winter. It's important to have your service professionals check tire pressure as part of standard maintenance to avoid poor vehicle handling and reduced fuel economy caused by improper tire pressure. Always ask if the spare tire has been inspected as well.
Other fluids that need to be checked and even changed on schedule include transmission fluid, brake fluid, antifreeze (engine) coolant and window washer fluids. Ask your trusted service technician to always top off fluids when scheduling maintenance check-ups. Ignoring fluid check-ups and replacements will lead to pricey repair bills. Your myCARFAX app can locate trusted service shops near your home.
Keep safe on the road with regular brake check-ups. Warning signs your brakes may have issues include strange noises such as squealing, the vehicle pulling to one side when you apply pressure to the brakes, the brake pedal feeling squishy or sponging when applying pressure and a noticeable vibration when apply pressure to the brake pedal.
Plan to maintain your Chevrolet according to manufacturer recommendations. Keeping up-to-date with general maintenance reduces roadway breakdowns, extends the life of the vehicle, helps fuel economy and even can increase the resale of your vehicle at trade-in time. myCARFAX.com allows you to receive regular maintenance schedule updates, making it easy to keep your vehicle in top condition. You won't have to worry about how long it's been since the last oil change and other general maintenance chores such as checking tire pressure, brakes and the vehicle's various essential fluids.
Chevrolet Maintenance Schedule
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