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Everyone is pleased to drive a car which runs smoothly and is great in performance also. The smooth running and performance of a car depends upon the routine maintenance schedule of your car. Preventive maintenance goes a long way in ensuring that your car stays out of trouble and its performance remains intact. However, there are certain car maintenance tips that are overlooked, which complicates any future issues in your car. Go through the to know more about the overlooked car maintenance tips and how it affects your car. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: What are the Overlooked Car Maintenance Tips


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What are the Overlooked Car Maintenance Tips
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The best way to maintain your car by following
the routine maintenance schedule suggested in
your owner's manual.
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The routine maintenance schedule of your car
going through the process of oil changes and the
air filters.
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Apart from these people often neglect to perform
the number of important services of their car on
a schedule.
5
If you want to maintain your car effectively than
you first need to consider the owner's manual for
better understanding.
6
Here are the few overlooked maintenance of your
car that you need to complete as early as
possible.
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Transmission fluid flush
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The transmission system of your car work hard,
but it has tighter engine compartments with less
ventilation, so its fluids degrade over time.
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The transmission fluid of your car experience the
increased rate of transmission failures after
100,000 miles.
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If you want to maintain your transmission for a
longer distance, then you need to change the
transmission fluid on every 50-60 thousand miles.
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Brake fluid flush
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Thus, the brake fluid of your car is hygroscopic,
so it attracts and absorbs the moisture even you
sealed them.
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It can absorb the moisture from the environment,
lower boiling temperature of fluids and due to
the rust and corrosion in the hydraulic system.
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All cars have different intervals for brake
fluid flush, but it is generally recommended to
do in every 3 years or in 36,000 miles.
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Coolant flush
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Like the brake and transmission fluid of your
car, the coolant fluid will degrade over time
with the normal use.
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The ph level of the coolant will be less than its
ideal ratio that can cause the coolant to damage
few parts of the engine or cooling system.
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It's better to change the coolant on every 40-60
thousand miles to keep the coolant ph level at a
proper balance and keep the cooling system
healthy.
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Valve adjustments
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Most of the new cars are using the hydraulic
valve filters and still, a large number of cars
are using the mechanical valve lifters on the
road.
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Like other components of your car, these lifters
also require occasional clearance checks and
adjustments.
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The too light or too lose burning valves can
reduce the power and efficiency of your car, so
that your car engine can suffer severe damages.
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Cabin air filter
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The cabin air filter of your car are generally
used for filtering the air that is coming from
the car outside into the passenger compartment.
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Some of the cars use a particulate filter for
removing the dust and the pollen from the air as
well as remove the smells and pollutants also.
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The replacement of these filters are generally
affordable, you can replace it for improving the
quality of the air-breathing in the car.
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Conclusion
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When you perform the regular maintenance of your
car, don't skip the over-mentioned services that
can put a big impact on your car.
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Ensure that all these services are performed on
your car by following the manufacturer's
maintenance schedule.
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