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Annual maintenance I was wondering if you could give me any information on what needs maintenanced at 30,000 miles on a 2006 chevy cobalt, other than the oil change and filter. I cant seem to find anything, is there anything that i should check or redo?

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The only other things would be to check the air & cabin filters to make sure they're still clean enough. The scheduled maintenance on those is 50,000 miles.

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