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Service and Parts Tips

From Sanborn Chevrolet

When it comes to maintaining your Chevrolet vehicle, trust the Sanborn Chevrolet Service Department in Lodi, CA. Even after you drive off our lot, we’re here to ensure your Chevrolet stays in prime condition. From tire rotations to brake repairs, our expert team has you covered. Unsure about your vehicle’s maintenance schedule? We can help with that too!

Car maintenance can be overwhelming, but with Sanborn Chevrolet, it doesn’t have to be. Our service tips and tricks make it easy to stay on top of your vehicle’s needs. Whether it’s a transmission flush, exhaust repair, or serpentine belt replacement, we’ve got you covered. Have specific questions? Don’t hesitate to reach out!

At Sanborn Chevrolet, we only use genuine OEM Chevrolet parts. Whether you’re a DIY enthusiast or need a car battery replacement, you can trust our Parts Department. We’re here to share our parts tips and tricks with you, so you can better understand your Chevrolet. From the cost of a transmission to finding the right tires for your vehicle, we’re here to help. Have questions about Chevrolet parts and accessories? Reach out to our Lodi Parts Department today!

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