What Do Scheduled Maintenance and Service Intervals Do?
Many people tend to only think about bringing their car or truck to a mechanic when something goes wrong.
The truth is that plenty of vehicle parts, systems, and elements require regular maintenance to reduce the chances that something does go wrong. In other words, bringing your vehicle to the shop for the right reasons can lessen the risk that you will end up having it serviced unexpectedly.
In Chevrolets, as in most cars or trucks, certain systems need regular maintenance while others need the occasional checkup. For example, you will likely need to rotate the tires regularly in order to promote even wear. However, after a hundred thousand miles or more, you may to replace the timing belt.
Parts like these wear out within predictable schedules, and they should inspected and replaced as needed to reduce the risk of unpredictable service popping up when it is inconvenient.