Chevrolet Tahoe Exterior

* Listed service intervals serve as a general guide and are not associated with the OEM. Please refer to your vehicle's owners manual for optimal recommendations for your specific model.

What Is the Chevrolet Tahoe Maintenance Schedule?

The Chevrolet Tahoe is a popular SUV that many people rely on for work and play. It's essential to keep up with the recommended maintenance schedule. It will ensure your Tahoe runs smoothly for years to come. Rotate your tires and change the oil regularly. You should also have any necessary repairs or tune-ups done by a qualified technician. Following these simple tips can keep your Tahoe in great shape!

The intervals below are a guide. They are for anyone who wants to keep their Tahoe running optimally. But be sure to check your vehicle's manual for specific intervals for your year and trim.

15,000-Mile Service

When your car reaches 15,000 miles, a mechanic will change the oil and check the brakes and tires. Some factors depend on your driving habits and conditions. The brakes and tires may be worn down. If they are, they need to be replaced.

When you take your car in for service, a Chevrolet technician will look at the car's safety features. A check of the wipers and headlights will ensure they are working. It's essential to ensure your vehicle is in good shape and safe to drive. The technician can fix them so you can feel confident driving your car.

30,000-Mile Service

The 30,000-mile checkpoint is an important milestone for your Tahoe. It is when you should have the oil changed, the brakes inspected, and the tires checked. Additionally, the fuel and air filter may need to be changed. You should have these items inspected. It will keep your Tahoe running.

60,000-Mile Service

Have you hit 60,000 miles on your Tahoe? It's time for a few more service items to be added to the list. The brake fluid and brakes are inspected and possibly changed.

Change the coolant and transmission fluid between 60,000 and 75,000 miles. The battery will also be inspected.

The battery should be checked for corrosion and leaks. The terminals should be clean and tight.

90,000-Mile Service

Is your Tahoe at the 90,000-mile mark? It's time for a comprehensive service checkup. Some of the items checked at the 60,000-mile mark will be examined.

The hoses, spark plugs, and power steering fluid level may also need replacing. It's essential to check these items during your car's regular maintenance schedule. Not doing so may lead to more expensive repairs down the road.

Your Chevrolet Tahoe is an investment. It is vital to keep it in good condition. You can do it by following the recommended maintenance schedule. Our Chevrolet technicians can help you with your service needs.


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