The McCluskey Chevrolet Service Center
McCluskey Chevrolet is proud to offer unparalleled service and a unique experience to every customer who invests in the McCluskey name. But what does this look like when you work with our service center? When you work with us, we guarantee you’ll enjoy the honesty, transparency, and respect that define every aspect of our dealership, from our sales and finance teams to our factory-trained and certified technicians. These values embody who we are and our commitment to you.
We know that bringing in your vehicle for routine maintenance or repair can be inconvenient and overwhelming, so we’re here to improve that experience. We want you to rest easy knowing your car, truck, or SUV is in trusted hands. What you see is what you get with the McCluskey Chevrolet team, and that’s an experience like no other. We promise upfront pricing and complete transparency with every service, from oil changes and battery checks to more complex repairs and beyond.
Little compares to the sinking feeling you get when you try to start your vehicle only to hear a clicking sound, a telltale sign of a dead battery. Your car, truck, or SUV relies on the battery to start the engine and power the accessories, like the radio and lights, when the engine is off. This makes your battery vital to your vehicle's performance and its ability to start.
The McCluskey Chevrolet team is here to help you maintain the battery in your vehicle. Cold winter temperatures and extreme summer heat can affect the health of your battery, limiting its longevity as it struggles to maintain the proper temperature to operate. Fortunately, our factory-trained technicians can help by diagnosing, servicing, or replacing the battery in your vehicle. With a wide range of ACDelco batteries in stock, we’re a one-stop shop for all your battery needs.
The only stopping power you have behind the wheel is your brakes, making them vital to your safety on the road. Because of this, brake service is a critical component to maintaining your vehicle, and it’s one our technicians are proud to provide. We can handle changing out your brakes and rotors when needed.
Most GM brake pads are equipped with a warning indicator, a thin piece of metal that makes a high-pitched sound when the brakes are applied. This squeal indicates it’s time to bring your vehicle in for brake service. But what if you don’t hear this odd noise? What are other signs and symptoms that your brakes need to be inspected?
You may experience a soft brake pedal or hear a grinding noise when you apply the brakes. Sometimes, the brake pedal can pulsate, or the steering wheel might shake when the brakes are applied. You may even notice excessive brake dust on the wheel or an unusual odor around the wheel area. These are telltale indicators that it’s time to have our technicians check your brakes to determine whether it’s time to replace the rotors, pads, or calipers.
A multi-point inspection is the best way to proactively protect your investment. Buying a vehicle is costly, so why not get the most out of your car, truck, or SUV by ensuring it’s always operating its best? McCluskey Chevrolet makes this possible with our multi-point vehicle inspection service.
Our certified service experts will conduct a comprehensive inspection of your vehicle. This inspection looks at every aspect and component, from the engine oil and filter to the fluid levels, windshield, wipers, lighting, safety features, chassis, and steering. During the process, our technicians will note areas that are still in good working order, may need service soon, or require immediate attention.
Knowledge is power, so multi-point inspections are an excellent way to learn more about your car's current condition. You can keep an eye on issues that will require repair in the immediate future, which allows you time to set money aside to cover those expenses. You can also confidently resolve any critical problems knowing the McCluskey Chevrolet team will have your vehicle back on the road as soon as possible.
Oil and Filter Change
The oil in your engine serves many purposes and ultimately helps your vehicle run its best. Oil lubricates the engine’s many moving parts, reducing heat or friction to maintain its optimal running temperature. The oil also picks up dirt and debris, which can shorten an engine’s lifespan by causing corrosion or ongoing damage. Over time, the oil loses its effectiveness and turns into sludge.
Most modern vehicles have an Oil Life Monitoring System that eliminates the need to track mileage between oil changes. Instead, the system constantly monitors various conditions, like the vehicle’s speed, the temperature of the engine, miles driven, and operating conditions to calculate when it’s time for an oil change. Of course, if your car doesn’t have this tool, you can always check the oil by popping the hood and locating the dipstick as outlined in your owner's manual.
McCluskey Chevrolet can help you access the Oil Life Monitoring System on your vehicle and locate the dipstick under the hood, showing you the best way to check the condition and level of the engine oil. We can also oversee routine oil changes and help you select the right oil for your model. For example, our experts can explain the differences between conventional oil and full synthetic oil so that your engine runs its best everywhere you go.
Tires: Balancing, Rotation, and Alignment
The tires on your car, truck, or SUV are your vehicle’s only point of contact with the road, making them vital to your safety. Unfortunately, many people don’t think twice about their tires until they’re stranded on the road with a flat or see a dashboard notification from the tire pressure monitoring system. While refilling a tire with low pressure might be a quick fix, McCluskey Chevrolet is here to help you get the most out of your tires mile after mile.
Alignment and Balancing
Your wheels and tires are aligned and balanced at the factory to ensure your vehicle performs its best as soon as you get in the driver’s seat. However, everyday driving takes a toll on your tires, whether you’re involved in a collision, ran into a curb, or forgot to dodge a pothole. These situations can alter the alignment of your wheels and how your tires are balanced, ultimately affecting your vehicle’s performance, ride quality, and efficiency.
Tires are expensive, so it's crucial to do everything possible to extend their longevity. Tire rotations are the best way to do this, with most customers opting to have their tires rotated with every oil change. In doing so, our certified technicians rotate the tires in the correct rotation pattern and will reset the tire pressure monitoring system. This simple task helps your tires wear evenly, extends their life on the road, and improves their overall performance.
The McCluskey Chevrolet team is happy to help with all your tire needs, especially when it’s time for a new set of tires that will improve your vehicle's performance and positively impact your safety. You may notice that your tires are bald and provide minimal traction or that one tire is punctured and beyond repair. In any instance, we are happy to inspect your tires and recommend the best replacement for your specific model and driving needs.
The McCluskey Chevrolet Difference
Your vehicle is an investment and your lifeline on the road. It’s your means to get to work in the morning, pick up the kids at school, run errands in town, and navigate your next adventure. So, why not put it in trusted hands when it’s time for maintenance and repair?
McCluskey Chevrolet is here to help. Our certified technicians are happy to use their expertise to diagnose and repair your vehicle so that you’re back on the road as soon as possible. We’ll do this with transparency, integrity, and accountability so that you can rest easy knowing your vehicle is always in good hands at the McCluskey Chevrolet service center.