June 21st, 2021 by

As a vehicle owner, you know that Chevy maintenance is an essential part of keeping your vehicle in good shape. But what exactly does routine maintenance consist of?

Luckily, Patriot Chevy of Warminster has the answer. Our team understands caring for new Chevy cars better than anyone else. Here are some of the essential service tasks that are part of our regular Chevy maintenance appointments.

Oil Changes

At every routine maintenance appointment, you should change your oil. Try to aim for an oil change every 3,000 to 5,000 miles to keep your car running smoothly. Oil is needed to lubricate all the moving parts in your engine, so without proper levels, you could damage your engine.

Fluid Services

Your vehicle uses several different fluids to run and power multiple systems. To make sure these fluids are free of contaminants, you’ll need a regular fluid flush at set mileage points. Some examples of fluids to replenish include your coolant, brake fluid, and your power steering fluid.

Air Filter

The air filter in your engine regulates the flow of air into your vehicle by filtering out contaminants. As you drive, this air filter collects build-up and can no longer effectively filter out dust and grime.

Swap this filter out with a new one to improve your fuel efficiency and decrease your vehicle’s emissions.

Car Battery Checks

Every time you come for routine maintenance, our team will run a diagnostic test on your vehicle to look for any issues. Additionally, we’ll test to see the charge on your battery. If it’s weak, then it might be time to buy a new one.

Schedule a Chevy Maintenance Appointment Today

Now that you know the ins and outs of Chevy maintenance, it’s time to schedule an appointment at our Chevy service center. Your new Chevy vehicle is in great hands with our certified technicians, so be sure to check out our service specials!

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