Chevy Camaro Maintenance Schedule

2021 Blue Metallic Chevrolet Camaro cruising around a bend

There’s plenty to love about driving a Chevy Camaro on the Omaha roads, from its iconic sleek style to its powerhouse performance specs. With thrilling acceleration, sporty handling, and a convertible option, this legendary American sports car is designed to give your daily commute a serious boost! The Camaro has just as much to offer inside the cabin, with wireless smartphone integration, multiple drive modes for every type of terrain, and an available wireless charging pad!

The best way to keep your Chevy Camaro in top condition is to stick to your regular maintenance schedule. This means bringing your Camaro into a service center for routine services like oil changes, tire rotations, and general inspections. Chevrolet operates on a 7,500-mile service interval, with a total of 20 regular appointments going all the way up to 150,000 miles! The service team at Sid Dillon Chevrolet-blair Inc has outlined a basic overview of the Chevy Camaro maintenance schedule below.

Standard Chevy Camaro Service Schedule

As you drive your Camaro more and more on the Lincoln streets, your service appointments will become more complex. Every appointment involves tire rotations, oil changes, and brake inspections, while later appointments start to add things like replacing the brake pads, spark plugs, and shock absorbers. We’ve condensed the Chevy Camaro maintenance schedule to the five most important service milestones:

After 7,500 miles: 

  • Rotate tires
  • Change oil and filter
  • Lubricate doors
  • Inspect brakes, hoses, and belts

After 22,500 miles: 

  • All 7,500-mile services
  • Replace cabin filter
  • Replace brake pads

After 60,000 miles: 

  • All 22,500-mile services
  • Replace air filter
  • Replace timing belt

After 100,000 miles: 

  • All 60,000-mile services
  • Replace spark plugs
  • Replace transmission fluid
  • Replace transfer case fluid

After 150,000 miles: 

  • All 100,000-mile services
  • Flush cooling system
  • Replace fuel filter
  • Replace steering or suspension component
  • Replace shock absorbers
  • Replace engine coolant hose

Chevy Camaro Home Care

While it’s important that you bring your Camaro into Sid Dillon Chevrolet-blair Inc for regular maintenance, you can also do some DIY inspections right from your home! While you can do these as often as you want, we generally recommend taking a few minutes each month to check your vehicle out. Here’s what you can do:

  • Check to see if the check engine light is on
  • Clean the interior and exterior
  • Make sure all the interior and exterior lights work
  • Check tire pressure and tread
  • Make sure windshield wiper fluid is filled

Keep Your Camaro in Top Condition at Sid Dillon Chevrolet-blair Inc

If it’s time to bring your Camaro in for service, you can schedule a service appointment on our website! We’ll take care of everything and get you back on the Fremont roads in no time. You can also take advantage of our service specials if you’re interested in saving on your appointment!

 

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