Servicing Your Chevy

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Servicing your Chevy is something that must be done to keep it reliable and to keep the warranty valid. Chevrolet has a maintenance schedule for each model; and this maintenance should be done at the recommended times. Additionally, when something goes wrong with your vehicle, such as squeaky brakes, the engine light comes on, the fluids are low, or any other issue, you should bring your vehicle into Classic Chevrolet for service.

Since we want you to get back on the road as soon as possible, we encourage you to schedule an appointment either by calling our service department or by scheduling it on the website. When you arrive, factory-trained technicians are ready with a smile and the latest diagnostic equipment needed to quickly determine what the problem is.

Regardless of the issue, whether it’s a simple oil change or a complex engine or transmission problem, or even an issue with steering, suspension, brakes or your vehicle’s computer systems, you can rest assured that we are ready to diagnose and perform the repairs.

When you come in for maintenance, we are ready and waiting with the replacement parts you need including the oil filter, air filter, timing belt and the proper fluids for your vehicle. You can either wait in our waiting room or rent a vehicle from Enterprise at the Enterprise Rental office that we host for your convenience.

You can also take advantage of our one-way courtesy shuttle to get you back home or to work – wherever you need to go – if you don’t want to wait in our customer lounge. The customer lounge features refreshments and comfortable leather chairs.

All of our technicians are experts in their field, whether engines, transmissions, steering and suspension, brakes or driveability, so don’t leave your vehicle with anyone but us. If you have upcoming maintenance or if you have an issue with your vehicle, contact our service department at Classic Chevy today for an appointment.

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