2014 buick verano

Maverick7

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All the key things you need to worry about going forward are, using a good full synthetic motor oil, and a good quality oil filter at 5,000km intervals, drain and fill transmission at 45,000km intervals, drain and fill coolant and brake fluid every 4 years for preventative maintenance, and changing air filter and cabin air filter every 20,000km intervals. I also recommend cleaning the carbon out of the throttle body every 25,000km with a quick spray and wipe with throttle body cleaner. I also take the time to clean my mass air flow sensor with mass cleaner around the same mileage. Also a good practice to lubricate your caliper pins once a year as well, to maintain your braking system. And depending where you live, have Krown oil spray applied to the under body of the vehicle to prevent rust . Doing all these will help in the long run in keeping your Verano and its major components from future costly repairs. Some people will give you all sorts of advice and opinions but just stick to this. The mileage I'm referencing is kilometres, if your American convert that to miles. Forget about the owners manual, that will for sure cause you problems later on with the mileage they have listed. Just follow what I said and at least that will give you a piece of mind and help in keeping your Verano in the best possible shape. That is me, but to each their own and cheque books....good luck.
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TIMMY14

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All the key things you need to worry about going forward are, using a good full synthetic motor oil, and a good quality oil filter at 5,000km intervals, drain and fill transmission at 45,000km intervals, drain and fill coolant and brake fluid every 4 years for preventative maintenance, and changing air filter and cabin air filter every 20,000km intervals. I also recommend cleaning the carbon out of the throttle body every 25,000km with a quick spray and wipe with throttle body cleaner. I also take the time to clean my mass air flow sensor with mass cleaner around the same mileage. Also a good practice to lubricate your caliper pins once a year as well, to maintain your braking system. And depending where you live, have Krown oil spray applied to the under body of the vehicle to prevent rust . Doing all these will help in the long run in keeping your Verano and its major components from future costly repairs. Some people will give you all sorts of advice and opinions but just stick to this. The mileage I'm referencing is kilometres, if your American convert that to miles. Forget about the owners manual, that will for sure cause you problems later on with the mileage they have listed. Just follow what I said and at least that will give you a piece of mind and help in keeping your Verano in the best possible shape. That is me, but to each their own and check books....good luck.
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