What is the Chevy Maintenance Schedule?

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Whether you drive a Chevy Malibu in Navarre or a Silverado 1500 in Pace, the Chevrolet recommended maintenance schedule will help ensure that your car gets everything that it needs to drive smoothly for years to come. But, just what is the Chevy maintenance for your particular vehicle?

In this guide, we’ll give a broad overview of the services that you’ll need at certain intervals – like oil changes and tire rotations. However, don’t hesitate to visit our Milton dealership ahead of schedule if you notice any new noises or symptoms on your daily drive. Our service department would be happy to help!

Every 7,500 Miles

Around every 7,500 miles, you’ll want to schedule your maintenance appointment for some basic services. These minor services can have a major impact on your car’s performance and longevity.

  • Check and change your oil
  • Rotate your tires
  • Run vehicle diagnostics
  • Replenish vehicle fluids

Every 15,000 Miles

When you’ve been on the Navarre roads a little longer, you’ll need to add a few more services to your Chevy maintenance schedule. These include:

  • Cabin air filter change
  • Parking brake adjustment
  • Brake fluid replacement
  • Inspection of the suspension, exhaust, and cooling systems

Every 30,000 Miles

Now that you’ve put your car through its paces in Crestview, the Chevy maintenance schedule includes all of the services of the 7,500-mile and 15,000-mile visits – as well as a few extra procedures. We recommend a spark plug check or replacement, depending on the condition of your components. Spark plugs can have a big effect on your Chevy’s performance, so make sure to get your spark plugs checked to keep your engine running properly.

Do All Chevy Models Follow the Same Schedule?

While all models benefit from the above Chevy maintenance schedule, it’s always a good idea to check your owner’s manual for specific recommendations based on your particular vehicle. Different cars have different components and different technology, which may affect your scheduling intervals. 

However, every car should get regular oil changes, tire rotations, and multipoint inspections. These simple checks can help you avoid major issues – and costly repairs! Plus, failing to keep up with your Chevrolet recommended maintenance schedule might even void your warranty.

Schedule Your Service with Sandy And Bubba's Milton Chevrolet

You’ve read all about the Chevrolet recommended maintenance schedule, so when was the last time you got an inspection? Contact us at Sandy And Bubba's Milton Chevrolet with any questions about maintenance or schedule your service online!

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