Chevrolet Tahoe Maintenance Plan

September 28th, 2018 by

2019 Silver Chevy Tahoe Exterior

If you are thinking about purchasing the new Chevrolet Tahoe for sale in the Cartersville area, or if you already own the new Chevy Tahoe, it’s important to know how to maintain it. Follow our Chevrolet maintenance guide below for the new Tahoe, then schedule a test drive to check out this Chevy SUV for sale at Riverside Chevy Cadillac in person!

Chevrolet Tahoe Regular Maintenance Tips

Oil Changes

At each fuel stop, be sure to check your engine oil level. Your oil should be changed at least once a year, and if the “CHANGE ENGINE OIL SOON” message appears on the dash display, you have up to 600 miles to change the oil yourself or take it to your Cedartown-area Cadillac, Chevrolet service center.

Monthly Chevy Maintenance

  • Check tire pressure including the spare tire
  • Check tire wear
  • Check windshield washer fluid level

Every 7,500 Miles – Tire Rotation and Required Services Including:

  • Check engine oil level and oil life percentage
  • Check engine coolant level
  • Check windshield washer fluid level
  • Check tire wear and tire inflation pressures, including spare
  • Visually check for fluid leakage
  • Inspect engine air cleaner filter
  • Inspect brake system
  • Inspect steering, suspension, and chassis
  • Lubricate suspensions and steering every other oil change if equipped with grease fittings
  • Inspect power steering for proper attachment, cracks, etc.
  • Inspect halfshafts and drive shafts for wear, leaks, and damage
  • Check seat belts and components
  • Inspect fuel system for damage and leaks
  • Inspect exhaust system and heat shields for loose parts and damage
  • Lubricate body components
  • Check starter switch
  • Check automatic transmission shift lock control function
  • Check ignition transmission lock
  • Check parking brake and automatic transmission park mechanism
  • Check accelerator pedal for damage, high effort, or binding
  • Inspect gas strut for wear and damage
  • Check the hold open ability of the strut
  • Inspect sunroof track and seal (if equipped)
  • Verify spare tire key lock operation, lubricate if needed
  • Verify spare tire is stored securely

Long-Term Chevy Maintenance Schedule

To ensure your Chevy Tahoe has a long life on Calhoun roads, it’s important to perform long-term maintenance at the mile-markers and year markers below.

  • Every 15,000 miles: Replace windshield wiper blades
  • Every 22,500 miles: Replace passenger compartment air filter
  • Every 45,000 miles: Inspect evaporative control system and replace engine air cleaner filter
  • Every 75,000 miles: Replace hood and/or body lift support gas struts
  • Every 97,500 miles: Change transfer case fluid (if equipped with 4WD), replace spark plugs, inspect spark plug wires
  • Every 150,000 miles: Drain and fill engine cooling system, inspect accessory drive belts
  • Every 5 years: Replace brake fluid
  • Every 7 years: Replace air conditioning desiccant

Come to Riverside Chevy Cadillac for Your SUV Needs

If you are ready for your next round of maintenance, schedule service today. If you want to learn more about your SUV model options in Rome area, explore the entire Chevy SUV lineup at Riverside Chevy Cadillac. Compare the Tahoe to similar models like the Nissan Armada to learn more!


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