Question about 2004 Chevrolet Aveo
At 60,000 you should have all the major things done if you haven't already:
oil change(every 3000)
air filter change(every 15,000)
coolant flush(every 30,000)
spark plugs and wires(every 30,000)
transmission fluid & filter change(every 30,000)
brakes (as needed)
PCV valve (every 20,000)
You can wait until about 75000 miles to do your timing belt.
Hope this helps
Posted on Jun 26, 2008
My timing belt went at around 70,000 miles. Costed us a little over $2500 to get half of our engine replaced. DON'T LET IT WAIT!!!!!!
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
Agreed on everything posted in the first answer except for the last point. Timing belts on the Aveo have been found to be somewhat weak. Replace at 50,000 to 60,000. GM offers owner of early Aveos with original timing belts (below 60K miles) a free replacement, but you have to pay for installation.
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