Maybe you're lucky enough to drive around in a new 2012 GMC Sierra 1500, but you're not sure when to bring it in for service at Walser Buick GMC in Bloomington? Or maybe a new GMC is in your cards but you are wondering about the maintenance schedule? Either way, we have some information that's sure to prove useful to relay to you.
Most GMC service appointments consist of two things: tire rotations and oil/oil filter changes. This basic appointment occurs roughly every 7,500 miles, and is occasionally accompanied by other services. They include...- An evaporative control system inspection and engine air cleaner filter replacement at 45,000 miles, 90,000 miles, and 135,000 miles
- Spark plug replacement and wire inspection, automatic transmission fluid change, and four-wheel drive fluid change at 97,000 miles
- Draining, flushing, and filling the engine cooling system/low pressure cooling system and visually inspecting accessory drive belts at 150,000 miles
Of course, this schedule doesn't factor in unexpected warranty fixes that may be needed along the way. For a more detailed breakdown, simply contact Walser Buick GMC - Bloomington today. Located conveniently at 4601 American Blvd in Bloomington, MN, our experienced sales staff is more than happy to fill you in on the ins and outs of GMC maintenance, as well as any other aspects of the new GMC lineup that you may be interested in knowing more about.
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