CHEVY TRAX MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Staying up to date with your maintenance schedule is the best way to make sure that your vehicle remains in great shape. To help Chevy Trax drivers know their maintenance schedule, we at Baierl Chevrolet have compiled this information on when you should get certain services done.
By following this helpful guide, drivers in the Wexford, Pittsburgh, and Cranberry Township areas will keep their Chevy Trax running for years.
CHEVY TRAX 7,500-MILE MAINTENANCE
So, you’ve gotten your new Chevy Trax and you’ve come to your first 7,500 miles. When you reach this point, it’s time for your first oil change and tire rotation. This is an important part of maintaining any vehicle, so it’s best that you always keep up to date with when your next oil change is.
It’s best to keep up with your oil changes as much as possible, so it’s important you check your oil every month or so. If you find that your oil is thick and black or below the full line, it’s best to replace it even if you’re not at your next 7,500 miles.
EVERY 22,500 MILES MAINTENANCE
When your car comes to 22,500 miles, it’s a good idea to have your passenger compartment air filter replaced. By doing so, it’ll help keep your cabin air smelling and feeling fresh, so you don’t trap unwanted smells and dust inside the cabin. You may want to change this filter sooner if you live in a region with poor air quality or high dust levels.
EVERY 45,000 MILES
At this point, it’s a good idea to have your engine air cleaner replaced in addition to the previous two checkups. This replacement is a good way of making sure your engine stays clean and healthy over the course of its life. A dirty engine may create dirty oil and eventual engine problems in the future.
EVERY 60,000 MILES
This is a fairly small maintenance need, but you should always keep up with it. When you’re Chevy Trax hits 60,000 miles, it’s good to have the spark plugs replaced and to inspect the spark plug wires. Drivers should always keep up to date with this maintenance to ensure their vehicle will always start properly.
EVERY 97,500 MILES
If you’re equipped with the available all-wheel drive system, this maintenance need is for you. When your car hits this point, you’ll want to change your transfer case fluid to keep your drive train in healthy condition.
EVERY 150,000 MILES
Once you’ve reached 150,000 miles, your Chevy Trax has lived a healthy life and it’s time to have a few more uncommon maintenance services performed. First, it’s important to inspect your accessory drive belts and replace them as needed. Second, it’s a good idea to drain and refill your engine cooling system to ensure proper powertrain function.
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If you think you’re due for your next scheduled maintenance appointment, we’ll help you take great care of your car. Wexford, Pittsburgh, and Cranberry Township drivers can count on Baierl Chevrolet when it comes to keeping them on the road.
Are you looking to have your vehicle maintained? Schedule an appointment with our service center online or over the phone today.