Here are some tips to help prepare your car for summer time in a warm climate. Read on to learn more.
Check the battery’s fluid level by ether removing the battery caps or by peering through the small “window” provided for this purpose (check your car’s owner’s manual for details). If the fluid level is low, top it off with distilled water. Use a soft wire brush dipped in ammonia or baking soda to clean battery contracts if they’re becoming corroded. If the battery is several years old, consider replacing it now as cheap insurance against being stranded later.
Oil And Filter
Also check the car’s other fluids – including radiator coolant and brake, transmission and power steering fluid – topping them off as necessary or having them changed. Remove the clips and cover, take the air filter out of its housing and give it a shake or jolt to dislodge any loose dirt; swap it with a new one it if it looks dirty.
Stick a penny head first into the tread; if the top of Lincoln’s head is visible, it’s time for a change. If you find cracks or cuts in the sidewall, take the car in for an inspection and/or have the suspect tire replaced to protect against a blowout.
Tend to take a beating from snow, ice and road grit over the winter months. And don’t forget to refill the windshield washing fluid reservoir.
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