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Some Maintenance Tips To Keep Your Vehicle Safe!

According to the Vehicle Maintenance Council 4 out of 5 cars need maintenance, such as the items listed below. Is yours one of them? If so, don't wait too long to get it fixed!

  • Worn Brake Parts: Postponing needed brake service, in addition to being a safety hazard, can escalate the cost of a braking system overhaul. If your brakes squeak, grind, pulsate or if the pedal is too low get them checked right away!

  • Tired Windshield Wiper Blades: Don't wait for a rainy day to replace worn blades.

  • Burned Out Lights: Can you see and be seen? Check all your lights regularly to be sure.

  • Clogged Filters: Scheduled replacement of air, oil, gas, fuel, transmission and other filters to extend car life and improve performance.

  • Corroded Battery Cables: Corroded cables and a weak battery cause starting trouble. Have battery and charging system checked if the engine turns over slowly.

  • Worn Drive Belts, Rotten Hoses: A slipping belt can affect engine cooling, alternator, power steering, and air conditioner. Replace worn belts before they let you down . Brittle or rotten cooling system hoses can lead to overheating. Others, such as vacuum and power steering hoses, can hinder performance and safety.

  • Neglected Cooling System: Periodic servicing of the cooling system helps prevent deterioration of radiator or heater core.

  • Leaking Shock Absorbers and Struts: Worn shocks or struts affect ride control and shorten tire life.

  • Damaged CV JOINT Boots: These rubber boots protect the critical CV joints that deliver power to your wheels. They should be inspected regularly and replaced as needed.

  • Leaking Exhaust System: Have your car put on a lift occasionally to check the muffler and other parts of the exhaust system.

  • Worn Tires: Worn tires are dangerous. Proper inflation, alignment and balance will extend tire life.

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