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Chevy MyLink is popular for its ability to connect Chicago and Carol Stream drivers to their vehicles, however, it does require occasional Chevy MyLink software updates to keep your services current. If you want to take advantage of the Chevy MyLink system, which can be found on a variety of later Chevy models, find out how to update Chevy MyLink to keep it running as it should with Sunrise Chevrolet!
You can’t get any simpler when it comes to Chevy MyLink software updates, as these should automatically update as soon as they’re available — no extra steps required! However, if for some reason you think your Chevy MyLink software updates aren’t taking place, you can reach out to our GM-certified technicians. We can inspect your vehicle and quickly get to the bottom of the issue.
Ready to connect to Chevy MyLink to your smartphone so you can enjoy some of your favorite apps? You can do so in 6 easy steps!
Those with brand-new Chevy models may be wondering where their Chevy MyLink system is. No need to worry, drivers of newer models will find the same features available with a new name — Chevy Infotainment 3. This new system continues to use Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ to give you app access inside the latest Chevy models, all while letting you customize your homepage icons and vehicle settings.
Whether you need help with your Chevy MyLink updates, have questions about pairing it with your phone, or want to test out the feature in one of our pre-owned vehicles, the associates at Sunrise Chevrolet are here to help. Contact us today!
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