CHEVY COLORADO MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
The Chevy Colorado works and plays as hard as you do. One of the easiest, most effective ways to maintain the health of your Chevy Colorado is through routine maintenance. Our team at Baierl Chevrolet conveniently organized some of the key maintenance milestones for you to reference right here.
Our technicians possess the skills and high-quality tools needed to properly care for your Chevy Colorado. Driving around Wexford, Pittsburgh, or Cranberry Township, PA? Schedule your next service with us today!
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE OVERVIEW
Maintenance schedules outline the services your vehicle will need throughout its life. Following a vehicle-specific maintenance schedule helps ensure your Chevy Colorado performs at its best year after year. Depending on a variety of conditions, your Chevy Colorado may require more frequent services, which are outlined in the user manual.
Below you will find information about the recommended services at important mileage markers for normal-use drivers. When it’s time to bring in your Chevy Colorado, our team awaits to lend a helping hand!
EVERY 7,500 MILES
OIL CHANGE & TIRE ROTATION
The first-mile marker on the Chevy Colorado maintenance schedule is 7,500 miles. One vital service all vehicles need is an oil and filter change. Checking your oil regularly will help you stay tuned into the inner workings of your truck. Replacing the oil every time you reach this interval keeps things running smoothly under the hood for miles to come.
In addition to an oil change, you’ll also want your technician to rotate your tires to ensure even wear. Along with this your technician will check, refill, inspect, and repair necessary components, such as the following:
• Engine coolant level
• Windshield washer fluid
• Tire wear & inflation pressure
• Brake systems
• Engine air cleaner filter
EVERY 15,000 MILES
WIPER BLADE REPLACEMENT
In addition to an oil change and tire rotation, you’ll also want to replace your wiper blades at this point. Like every car component, wiper blades begin to break down over time due to natural wear and tear. Replacing them regularly helps ensure improved visibility in rainy or snowy conditions.
EVERY 22,500 MILES
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT AIR FILTER
When you get your oil changed and your wiper blades replaced, you should also have your technician replace the passenger compartment air filter to assure you and your co-pilot continue breathing the freshest possible air. The passenger compartment air filter helps to keep dust and pollen from entering the cabin.
EVERY 45,000 MILES
ENGINE AIR CLEANER FILTER & EVAPORATIVE COOLING SYSTEM
At this mile marker, you and your Chevy Colorado have certainly gone on more than one epic adventure together. When you bring your truck in for maintenance, your technician should also replace the engine air cleaner filter to help your engine continue functioning properly and inspect the evaporative cooling system.
EVERY 75,000 MILES
HOOD GAS STRUTS & TAILGATE DAMPENER
At this point in your journey, you’ll want your repair technician to check on all the critical components in your Chevy Colorado. Additionally, your technician should replace the hood gas struts and the tailgate dampener in your truck.
SCHEDULE YOUR CHEVY COLORADO SERVICE TODAY!
At Baierl Chevrolet, our dedicated technicians are passionate about proper car care. Regardless of where you are in your Chevy Colorado maintenance schedule timeframe, our team is ready to get the job done right. We look forward to helping Wexford, Pittsburgh, or Cranberry Township, PA, area Chevy Colorado owners properly maintain their trucks. Read our Chevy Colorado reviews and comparisons.
Give us a call or contact us online to schedule an appointment today and show your Chevy Colorado some love!