To keep your car running like new, nothing is more important than routine maintenance. The parts of your Chevy model are built to last, but normal wear and tear occur over time. Here are a few maintenance tasks we consider essential.
Chances are you’ve taken your vehicle in for an oil change once or twice. An oil change is one of the most common, and most important maintenance tasks. Over time, the oil in your car can start to dissipate and become contaminated with dust, dirt, and debris. When this happens, the engine will not function properly. Changing your oil will keep it clean. We recommend an oil change around every 5,000 miles.
Proper tire inflation and good tire tread are essential to your vehicle’s safety. Good tires can also improve acceleration, stopping power, and provide better fuel economy. Tires generally need to be replaced every five to six years. To extend the life of your tires, we recommend tire rotations and inspections around every six months.
It might not immediately come to mind, but your brakes need regular maintenance. The brake system is composed of many different parts. A brake exam will ensure all the parts are in working order and replace any parts if needed.
Car Battery Inspection
A car battery inspection will keep the battery terminals free from corrosion and will help identify if the battery is weak or aging.
Lights & Windshield wipers
Light bulbs and windshield wipers are both essential parts to your vehicle, yet they both have limited lifespans. Over time, these parts will need to be replaced. Our Chevy service and parts center has everything you need for this quick service.
When need automotive service, you can count on the team of expert technicians at your Chevrolet dealer near Indianapolis, IN, to help you with all of your Chevy car maintenance needs.