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Part A: Scheduled Maintenance Services
Using Your Maintenance Schedule
We at General Motors want to help you hoop you: which: in good working condition. But we don't know exactly how you‘ll drive it. You may drive very short distances only a few times a week. Or you may drive long distances all the lime in very hot. dusty weather. You may use your vehicle in ranking deliveries. Or you may drive it to work. to do errands or in many other ways.
Because of all the different ways people use their GM vehicles. maintenance needs vary. You may even need more frequent checks and replacements than you'll ﬁnd in the schedules in this section. So please read this section and note how you drive. if you have an y questions on how to keep your vehicle in good condition. see your Buick dealer.
This part tells you the maintenance services you should have done and when you should schedule them. If you go to your dealer for your service needs. you'll know that [EM—trained and supported service people will perform the work using genuine GM parts.
Thcproper fluidsandlulricamsto usearel'tstedinPan D. Maire sure whoever services your vehicle uses these. All parts should be replaced and all necessary repairs done before you or anyone else drives the vehicle.
These schedules are for vehicles that:
I carry passengers and cargo within recommended limits. You will ﬁnd these limits on your vehicle’s TirenLoading information label. See “Loading Your 1vtufeliicle” in the index.
0 are driven on reason able road surfaces within legal driving limits.
I use the reconunended fuel. See “Fuel" in the index.
Selecting the Right Schedule
First you‘ll need to decide which of the two schedules is right for your vehicle. Here's how to decide which schedule to follow: