Every 7,500 Miles
Once your GMC Terrain has traveled roughly 7,500 miles since your purchase date, you’re due for several routine maintenance services, including an oil change and oil filter change. Keeping up with oil changes either every 7,500 miles or every six months (whichever comes first) is very important. Old oil can collect dirt and debris which can be harmful to your engine.
Aside from getting some fresh oil in your Terrain, you’re also ready for a tire rotation as well as a thorough inspection of your braking system.
The 22,500-Mile Mark
Hitting the 22,500-mile mark will mean you’re due yet again for an oil change and oil filter change as well as a tire rotation. During this visit, you’ll also have your passenger compartment air filter replaced and our technicians will inspect your Terrain’s safety system and fuel system.
At your 45,000-mile visit, it will be a repeat of all your past services and a few additional ones. This time, the following things need to be inspected or replaced:
- Engine air cleaner filter
- Brake fluid
- Automatic transmission fluid (if automatic model)
If your GMC Terrain is equipped with an All-Wheel Drive System, you’ll also want to have your transfer case fluid changed at this time.
Your 150,000 Scheduled Maintenance Visit
Continue to keep your GMC Terrain in excellent shape for future miles with a variety of routine maintenance services. The 150,000-mile visit is a combination of all the past services to ensure all the important parts of your vehicle are doing their job well.
We will replace or fix anything we see wrong during our inspection. Additionally, we will drain your engine coolant system and refill it with fresh coolant. If you’ve added 150,000 miles to your odometer, it’s proof that your commitment to excellent service of your GMC Terrain has paid off!