2021 Chevy Malibu Silver Ice Parking Garage

The best way to maintain your vehicle’s top performance and avoid major repairs is to follow the recommended services that regularly need to be done to your car. But how do you know what services your car needs and when should you bring it in to have our technicians at Baierl Chevrolet work on it?

With this Chevy Malibu maintenance schedule, you’ll be able to stay on top of the maintenance your car needs, so you can continue to drive it for many more miles around Wexford, Pittsburgh, and Cranberry Township.


Every time your Chevy Malibu hits another 7,500 miles, there are a handful of inspections as well as some key components of your Malibu that need to be replaced. You’ll want to have the tires rotated and change the engine oil and filter as needed. Also, make sure the pressure in your tires falls within the recommended range.

You’ll also want the technician to check the engine coolant level, windshield washer fluid, and the wiper blades condition. Other inspections should be performed on the:

– Engine air cleaner filter

– Brake system

– Steering, suspension, and chassis components

– Restraint system components

– Fuel system

– Exhaust system

– Starter switch

– Automatic transmission shift lock control function

– Accelerator pedal

– Gas strut


As you continue every 7,500 miles with those services and inspections, the next interval where you’ll need to add extra services is at 22,500 miles. Every time you hit another 22,500 miles, you’ll need to replace your Chevy Malibu’s passenger compartment air filter.

45,000 MILES

Along with replacing the passenger compartment air filter again, you should also have the evaporative control system inspected. This is to make sure all fuel and vapor lines and hoses are properly attached, connected, and in good condition. You’ll also need to replace the engine air cleaner filter.

60,000 MILES

At this point in the Chevy Malibu maintenance schedule, the spark plugs will need to be replaced and you should also have the spark plug wires inspected.

150,000 MILES

When your car hits 150,000 miles, you’ll want to have the engine cooling system and Power Electronics cooling system drained and refilled. Also, the automatic transmission fluid will need to be changed. This is when the accessory drive belts should be inspected, too.


There are also other parts of the car you should have inspected to make sure your car’s parts and systems are in proper working order. Some other parts of the vehicle you should also have regularly inspected include the:

– Belts

– Fluids

– Hoses

– Lamps

– Shocks and Struts

– Wheel Alignment

– Windshield

Also, replacing the brake fluid should happen every five years.


As you follow the Chevy Malibu maintenance schedule, it may be time to have your car brought in for service. And to get any of these routine maintenance checks performed on your vehicle, or if you need any other kind of repair, you can schedule to have your car serviced with us at Baierl Chevrolet.

Our certified technicians are ready to get working on your car and get you back on the roads of Wexford, Pittsburgh, and Cranberry Township in a timely fashion.

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