GM SERVICE MILESTONES

YOUR CAR IS AN INVESTMENT — SO KEEP IT RUNNING RIGHT!
Whether you have chosen a new car, truck, or sport utility vehicle, the investment has been a considerable one, all the more reason meeting GM service milestones is important. From changing the oil to rotating the tires and everything in between, these milestones have been put in place to ensure that the investment you have made is a long-lasting and quality one. As cars age, there are several milestones to keep in mind, no matter the vehicle type. Follow these service reminders as closely as possible to keep your car running right! If problems are found, they are found in time if these intervals are followed. The schedule is not only vital to ensure your car’s longevity but its performance over time.

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5,000/10,000 MILE SERVICES
Your GM vehicle maintenance schedule begins at 5,000 miles, which will come faster than you think! If your car hasn’t got its first oil change yet, now is the time! At this interval, the important work includes a Lube, Oil and Filter Change, and Tire Rotation as well as a Multipoint Inspection. Although still brand new, your vehicle needs these services to continue running right! These exact same services need to be done at the 10,000-mile mark as well.

THE 15,000 MILE MARK
As you continue to enjoy your GM vehicle, maintenance at this mile marker continues to hold importance, with a check of the Ventilation Package with Airco. As with the earlier mile markers, the 15,000-mile point is also another chance for a Lube, Oil and Filter Change, and Tire Rotation as well as a Multipoint Inspection.

20,000 MILES
Your GM service technician should be providing a Fuel Induction Service, Lube, Oil and Filter Change, Tire Rotation, and Multipoint Inspection. Still early in the life of your vehicle, 20,000 miles is a perfect point for these vital services.

35,000 MILES
The list of maintenance begins to get a bit longer at this point, with a number of essential items to be addressed. Tires are balanced at this interval and brakes are inspected. In addition to the routine Lube, Oil and Filter Change, Tire Rotation and Multipoint Inspection, an alignment of all four of your wheels are necessary. This ensures that your car will not experience unnecessary vibrations and that your steering remains on point.

25,000/30,000 MILE CHECK
In addition to your Lube, Oil and Filter Change, and Tire Rotation at both the 25,000 and the 30,000-mile marks, other parts of your vehicle need attention. While seemingly small, a check, or possibly replacement, of your wiper blades should be completed. Both markers call for a Multipoint Inspection and at 30,000 miles the Ventilation Package with Airco needs inspecting.

40,000/45,000 MILES
Routine maintenance continues as your vehicle starts to age. At 40,000 miles, service involves Fuel Induction, Lube, Oil and Filter Change, Tire Rotation, and the usual Multipoint inspection. At 45,000 is the addition of the Ventilation Package with Airco on top of the Lube, Oil and Filter Change, Tire Rotation, and Multipoint Inspection. This inspection is necessary to look at your vehicle’s vital engine components including fluid levels, engine air filter, drive belt, and water and air condition hoses. A battery test will also be performed by your service technician as part of this inspection.

50,000 MILE CHECK
The inner workings of your vehicle are getting a once over at this point, with the Lube, Oil and Filter Change, and Tire Rotation being accompanied by a Transmission Flush as well as front and rear Differential Service. A flush is performed with new fluid, which requires several quarts beyond the transmission’s final capacity. The differential allows the drive wheels to rotate at different speeds in turns without the wheel binding or hopping.

60,000/65,000 MILES
Several services need to be done at this 60,000 and 65,000 interval, including a Fuel Induction and Coolant Service. A Ventilation Package with Airco is also checked, along with the regular Lube, Oil and Filter Change, Tire Rotation, and Multipoint Inspection. At 65,000 miles, another Lube, Oil and Filter Change, and Tire Rotation must be completed, as well as another Multipoint Inspection.

70,000/75,000 MILE SERVICE
Your car is getting older and wheels are the focus at this juncture, with tires balanced and rotated and a four-wheel alignment performed. In addition, a Lube, Oil and Filter Change, and Multipoint Inspection is performed. At 75,000 miles, a Ventilation package with Airco is done as well as a check of your wiper blades. The usual Lube, Oil and Filter Change, Tire Rotation, and Multipoint Inspection are also performed.

80,000/85,000 MILE MARK
Your car is getting older and wheels are the focus at this interval, with tires balanced and rotated and a four-wheel alignment performed. In addition, a Lube, Oil and Filter Change, Tire Rotation, and Multipoint Inspection are conducted. At 80,000 miles, a Ventilation package with Airco is done as well as a check of your wiper blades. The usual Lube, Oil and Filter Change, Tire Rotation, and Multipoint Inspection are also performed. At 85,000 miles, another Lube, Oil and Filter Change, and Tire Rotation is completed, as is a Multipoint Inspection.

90,000/95,000 SERVICE
Usual maintenance continues as your car ages, with a Lube, Oil and Filter Change, and Tire Rotation as well as a Multipoint Inspection needing performed at both 90,000 and 95,000 miles. The 90,000-mile mark also calls for a Ventilation Package with Airco.

100,000 MILE SERVICE
You have reached a milestone in itself, with your vehicle amassing 100,000 miles. As a result, the list of services has grown. At this interval, an Engine Tune-Up must be performed as well as a Fuel Induction Service; another Transmission Flush, Ventilation Package with Airco and Front and Rear Differential Service. Another Lube, Oil and Filter Change, and Tire Rotation is also performed.

Costs associated with these services are competitively priced and performed by technicians that know your GM vehicle the most. With high-quality parts and adherence to these service intervals, your car has the best chance to perform right and perform over a long period of time. Your car is one of your biggest investments. Make sure it is running right!

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