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This really depends on type driving and whether you pull a trailer things like that. really all that is needed is an oil change,check airfilter. i recommend a transmission service between 50-60k miles. gm says 100k miles but i feel that is pushing it. your vehicle is 4 years old and coolant needs to be changed at 5years so might wanna think about doing that

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