WHY IT'S IMPORTANT TO MAINTAIN YOUR CHEVY VEHICLE


You understand the importance of following the Chevrolet maintenance schedule when it comes to your vehicle. Regularly servicing your Chevrolet is one of the easiest ways to keep it reliable, safe, and on the road for many years to come. However, you should always bring your vehicle to our Chevy service center when you notice anything wrong, like a light coming on, any new noises coming from your car, smoke from the engine, or when your car won't start. Bringing your vehicle in early rather than later can save costly repairs if it's something major.

There are also multiple minor maintenance issues that should be addressed as well on a regular basis. It's essential to always pay attention to your car's mileage so you don't miss anything on your Chevy maintenance schedule. Regular service for your Chevrolet is one of the most important things you can do for your vehicle's health. Schedule your service online today quickly and easily.



Consult your Owner's Manual for your vehicle's specific timeline requirements, but here's a quick guide when it comes to recommended maintenance for your vehicle.

7,500 MILE MAINTENANCE

Every 7,500 miles or so, it's time for maintenance. These are quicker services when it comes to maintaining your vehicle. Our Crestview Chevy service technicians will:

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

15,000 MILE MAINTENANCE

At 15,000 miles, it's time to rotate your tires, change your oil, and other additional checks like:

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

30,000 MILE MAINTENANCE

Now that it's time for your 30,000 mile check, we'll check all of the above plus a spark plug check and/or replacement.

If your spark plugs haven't been checked, your vehicle's engine performance may decrease, so it's critical to have them checked to ensure your engine is firing properly.


DO I REALLY NEED TO FOLLOW MY CHEVROLET MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE?

Following Chevrolet's recommendations for regular oil changes, tire rotations, and multipoint inspections are essential to getting the best performance and longest life out of your vehicle. Scheduling your Chevy maintenance every 30,000-miles check can also save you money by helping you avoid major issues that can be caught ahead of time by our certified technicians. Another benefit of keeping up-to-date with the Chevrolet maintenance schedule of your vehicle is that it's an important part of your vehicle's warranty. Failing to keep up with your vehicle's maintenance schedule means you could void the warranty.

HOW DO I FIND MY VEHICLE'S SPECIFIC MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE?

Reach into the glove box and pull out your owner's manual. It will list your factory-recommended Chevy maintenance intervals, including maintenance every 30,000 miles.

These routine services are more than just a suggestion. Taking care of your vehicle is essential to get the best performance and value possible.