“Prevention is Better Than Cure” this is true in case of cars also. Preventive maintenance is the best way to follow in order to maintain the good condition of the car and keep it away from the garage. As the repairs of a car are expensive, it is highly suggestible to take care of your car at the right time. Here are some tips to keep your car in good running condition.
As the modern cars are fully automated and advanced, if there is any problem in the car it is being displayed on the dashboard. So, if you find any of such type of warnings, never ignore these and make sure to take your car to the nearest mechanic shop and get them repaired and diagnosed.
A fuel filter is used to separate the debris and other sediments in the fuel and doesn’t allow them to go into the engine as they damage the engine. So, always make sure to replace the fuel filter if it has been a long time since you have changed the filter.
When you open your car bonnet, you can see some of the rubber belts, which perform some of the important duties when your car engine is on. The duties are running the fan, alternator, air conditioning system, etc. As the time goes on, these belts may break off during the driving which may lead to major engine repairs. So, always make sure to check the belts for any cracks or damages in a timely manner.
Always make sure to maintain a healthy level of fuel as the end of the tank may contain many sediments and they may get into the engine with the fuel, so make sure to always maintain the good level of fuel in your tank.
The spark plug is used to ignite the engine and it works together with wires and if these wires are worn out or damaged, they can prevent the engine from running smoothly and safely. So it is always advisable to change the spark plug after every 30,000 miles.
Engine oil is the perfect lubricant for the engine and also prevents the engine from over heating. So make sure to change the oil at the time specified in the car manual to make sure that your car engine is in the perfect running condition.
The cooling system of a car includes the parts like thermostat, radiator, water pump and coolant. These are the components that help prevent the engine from overheating. If you find the engine overheating then it is time to take your car to the expert mechanic and get it repaired. Top up the coolant regularly and inspect the car cooling system at regular intervals to avoid the major damages caused sue to overheating of the engine.
These are some of the basic preventive maintenance tips to be followed to make sure that your car is in the perfectr working condition.