2022 Silverado 3500HD Maintenance Schedule
If you’re looking for a capable heavy-duty truck designed for towing and hauling the heaviest loads, you’ll want to place the 2022 Silverado 3500HD at the top of your shopping list. According to the Liberty Lake Chevrolet dealer, this pickup is not only one of the most capable you can buy, but it also provides an incredibly comfortable ride. Choose the top-line High Country trim for the most amenities.
Bringing your truck to the Knudtsen Chevrolet Service Center is the best way to ensure it operates reliability and maintains its resale value. Here’s a rundown of the Silverado 3500HD’s maintenance schedule.
Your 2022 Silverado 3500HD should get scheduled maintenance service at 7,500-mile intervals. Regular oil changes are essential. The engine will wear out prematurely if you skip oil changes. Motor oil is manufactured to last for thousands of miles, but old oil can damage the truck’s engine. If your Silverado 3500HD for towing, you may need to get an oil change more frequently. Other services performed during this service visit by the technicians at the Liberty Lake Chevy dealer include a brake inspection and a tire rotation and inspection. These services will be repeated during all subsequent maintenance visits.
At 22,500 miles, the service technicians will replace the cabin air filter. This part prevents contaminants like dirt, dust and pollen from getting into the cabin. If the cabin air filter becomes clogged, the passengers may experience allergy symptoms. The transmission fluid will also be replaced during this visit. If your Silverado 3500HD is equipped with four-wheel drive, the transfer case fluid will be replaced.
At the 45,000-mile mark, it will be time to replace the engine air cleaner. This is an essential part that directly affects the pickup’s performance. A dirty engine air filter will cause a drop in fuel economy and weak acceleration. During this service visit, the service technicians will also change your Silverado 3500HD’s brake fluid. Replacing the brake fluid helps prevent corrosion and ensures optimum stopping power. The service technicians will also check the Silverado 3500HD’s evaporative control system. If this component malfunctions, gasoline vapors can escape from the fuel system. You’ll notice a drop in fuel efficiency.
Spark plugs are long-lasting, but they’ll wear out eventually. Replacing them at the 97,500-mile mark will ensure the continued reliable operation of the vehicle. You may experience hesitation and rough idling if the spark plugs are worn.
Your truck’s coolant is crucial. It helps prevent the vehicle from overheating and guards against corrosion. The coolant’s rust inhibitors start to break down after 150,000 miles. Flushing and replacing the coolant will prevent problems.
Take your truck to the Knudtsen Chevrolet Service Center when it’s time for scheduled maintenance service. We’re located at 1900 E. Polston Ave in Post Falls. Call us to schedule your service appointment or use our website’s Schedule Service page. We hope to see you soon!