Feeling Pressured? How to Do a TPMS Reset on a Chevy

December 13th, 2020 by

Your tire pressure gauge is essential to the health and safety of your Chevy. Learn how to do a TPMS reset here – and when you need to! Do you have a Chevy but have no idea how to reset your TPMS sensor? In this situation, many people choose to take their vehicles into a…

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Where is the New Chevy Silverado Built?

December 3rd, 2020 by

Chevy is bringing their car manufacturing back stateside. Learn where the new Chevy Silverado is built and how Chevy is investing in America. For years, Chevy has been manufacturing many of its vehicles outside of the United States. While they will continue to do so, a geographical shift is occurring. This year, many Chevy vehicles…

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Where is the New Chevy Impala Built?

November 23rd, 2020 by

Want to know where the new Chevy Impala is built? Find out more about this popular Chevrolet vehicle, including where the 2020 Impala was built. You may have heard that despite discontinuing the Chevy Impala, the car manufacturer plans to continue sales. We’re going to take a look at some of the new features, along…

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Where Is the New Chevy Blazer Built?

November 13th, 2020 by

Looking for the hot-selling Chevy Blazer? Re-introduced to the market in 2019, the new Chevy Blazer sold 11,772 units in the U.S. by the second quarter of 2019. That’s barely one-third the sales of the similar-class Chevy Traverse, but don’t let the numbers fool you. Sales of the Chevy Blazer outstrip other crossovers introduced at…

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How to Find GM Part Numbers: The Only Guide You Will Need

November 3rd, 2020 by

There are a staggering 272 million registered vehicles in the United States alone. Of all these vehicles, GM, or General Motors, takes the lead in sales. It’s the biggest auto market shareholder in the country, accounting for 17% of all auto sales in 2019. This immense popularity of GM is also the reason behind the…

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What Are the Newest Chevy SUV Models? A Complete Buyer’s Guide

October 24th, 2020 by

In 2017, the U.S. market share for SUVs was 43%. That means that nearly half of the Americans who bought new cars chose an SUV. It’s no secret that the SUV is a popular vehicle choice in the United States and when you think about the comfort and accessibility of an SUV, their popularity shouldn’t…

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Is Chevy Making a New El Camino?

October 14th, 2020 by

Could it be true? Could the fastest bed in the West be making a comeback to the coveted Chevy lineup? The rumor mill says yes, but there is no confirmation just yet. For anyone that cruised the open roads in the original El Camino while blaring Low Rider through the t-tops, the idea of this…

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Is Chevy Coming Out With a New Chevelle?

October 4th, 2020 by

Do you remember the days of drive-ins, Sunday afternoon cruises, and large family sedans that made driving comfortable? You can’t always find that kind of style in modern vehicles, which is why car fans are wishing for their Chevy Chevelles back. It’s possible their wishes are closer to reality than expected. With rumors of a…

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How to Program a New Chevy Tire Pressure Sensor: A Simple Guide

September 24th, 2020 by

Whether you’re preparing your car for a change in the seasons or an extended road trip, there are a lot of things to check off your to-do list. But just as important as checking your coolant, oil, and antifreeze, is making sure your tire pressure sensor is working correctly on your Chevy. Checking the tire…

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Dude, Where’s My Keys? How to Get a New Chevrolet Car Key

September 14th, 2020 by

Many of us have lost our car keys countless times throughout our lives, whether it be in day to day life, or while on a summer road trip. And, while most of the time, people find their misplaced keys eventually, you should know what to do if you don’t and have lost your car keys…

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