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If you don’t understand the ins and outs of the car and its maintenance, at least you need to understand these 5 things to keep the car in top condition:
1: Check Oil
Car oil must be replaced every 5,000-10,000 km to ensure that the engine remains working optimally. One way to find out that car oil has to be replaced is by dripping a little oil in your hand and feeling whether there are fine flakes in it. If you can feel flakes or dirt, then it’s time for you to change your car oil.
2: Make sure the clutch works normally
These tips apply if your car is transmitting manually. If your clutch lining has worn out, the gearshift will be heavier and can disrupt your driving comfort. A gear that is difficult to move is one indication of the clutch lining of your car starting to wear out.
3: Fill in Radiator Water to taste
Radiator water serves to cool the engine while working. Make sure you fill water in the radiator tube regularly so the engine can work properly. In addition, if you use wiper water frequently enough, fill the wiper water tube with clean water if the water has run out.
4: Check Cables and Lights
You need to check the condition of the cables and lights of your car regularly. Every now and then, you will find the cable is loose or even cut off and the car’s lights start to dim. To avoid problems on the road, make sure all the cables and lights of your car are in normal conditions.
5: Car Battery Care
The easiest thing to take care of your car battery is to make sure the battery water is at the proper level, which is between the marker boundary lines. Another way to check battery conditions is to measure battery voltage using a voltmeter. If you are not sure about the condition of your car battery, you can check the car to the nearest garage.
In addition to the five tips for caring for the engine, you also have to pay attention to other crucial factors in your car, such as the condition of tires and rubber wipers. Make sure the tires are not worn out and your rubber wipers are still elastic so as not to disturb your comfort while driving.
What do you think? Have you done the five engine maintenance tips?