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Signs That Your Starter May Be Failing

June 23rd, 2017 by
Chevy Turn Key Small Block Engine

Schedule Service When you turn your key or press your ignition button, a properly running vehicle will start up almost immediately. If it doesn’t, a number of systems could have failed. The experts at Chevrolet of Homewood know it can be difficult to troubleshoot car problems, but by following these steps, you can find out…

How to Tell When Your Car Needs New Tires

June 20th, 2017 by

Schedule Service Your vehicle’s tires affect a number of important driving characteristics. From handling and traction to overall fuel economy, making sure your tires are in good condition and properly inflated is important. That’s why the automotive experts at Chevrolet of Homewood have put together this guide to spotting possible tire problems, alerting you to…

What is an Independent Rear Suspension?

June 3rd, 2017 by

Our Service Center In Calumet City and Homewood, you’re likely to run into your fair share of potholes and rough roads. Your vehicle’s suspension system can take the bulk of those impacts, but only if it’s properly equipped. Read on to find out what an independent rear suspension can offer drivers in this guide from…

Car Noises That You Need to Pay Attention To

June 1st, 2017 by
Man drives Chevrolet Tahoe

Schedule Service Maintaining a car can be a difficult proposition. From brake problems to loose belts and hoses, there’s any number of things that can go wrong. However, vehicles will usually make some sort of noise before the issue becomes critical. Read on to find out what several common noises can indicate, and when you’re…

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Should You Put Air or Nitrogen in Your Tires?

May 17th, 2017 by

View Our Inventory If you’re headed out on a summer road trip from Calumet City or Homewood, you’ll want to make sure your tires are properly inflated. However, you might be wondering if you should inflate them with conventional air, or if nitrogen is the better option. Find out in this guide from Chevrolet of…

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The Benefits of Regularly Scheduled Oil Changes

May 2nd, 2017 by
Chevrolet of Homewood

View Our Inventory Here at Chevrolet of Homewood, our technicians are trained and certified to deal with any service issue you might have. We want to make sure your vehicle keeps running for years to come, and keeping up with regularly scheduled maintenance is a big part of that. Read on to find out more…

Don’t Ignore These Dashboard Lights

April 26th, 2017 by
2017 Chevy Impala Interior

View Inventory Dashboard warning lights are sometimes daunting, but they should never be ignored. The warning indicators in your car are there for a reason—they are intended to inform you of serious problems with your vehicle, and let you know that a specific part of your vehicle needs attention. You definitely want to pay attention…

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How a Solenoid Works

April 26th, 2017 by
Chevy Turn Key Small Block Engine

View Inventory A solenoid is a little known and less understood part of your engine that is nevertheless essential to the continued functioning of your vehicle. A solenoid is the part of the vehicle that works with the starter to get your engine running. The solenoid is essential to starting your engine, so it’s worth…

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Manual Transmission Maintenance Tips

April 26th, 2017 by
2017 Chevy Suburban Interior

View Inventory If you love your stick shift but it’s not quite performing like it used to, then you need to take better care of your transmission. The same goes for anyone with a manual transmission—if you want to be able to rely on your gearbox for years to come, then you should make sure…

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Rust Never Sleeps

April 26th, 2017 by
rusty wheel

View Inventory Rust is a major challenge here in Chicagoland, where we have snowy winter weather and salty roads for half the year. Rust can make your car into a worthless pile of junk in just a few years if you don’t pay close attention and take care of it. So how do you do…

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