- Check the air pressure in all tires and inflate if necessary.
- Make sure the coolant levels are topped off.
- Top off fluids like engine oil, power steering fluid, brake fluid, and windshield washer fluid.
- Check the battery and make sure it has a full charge before you start driving this season.
Having your vehicle serviced regularly is essential, so you don’t have to worry about any issues with your car later. Knowing when it's time for an oil change is also a good idea to plan ahead for it. The best time for an oil change will depend on your vehicle's engine and how often you drive it.
The importance of flushing:
- It removes dirt, debris, sludge, and other contaminants from the cooling system
- It helps maintain your car's cooling system in
Changing coolant regularly and checking for leaks. This can be done by checking the coolant level with a dipstick and adding it if needed. If there are leaks, they should be fixed as soon as possible. Leaks can lead to overheating and other severe problems with your engine.
During summer, you should have your local mechanic inspect all hoses, belts, and spark plugs for any signs of damage or wear. If they find any problems with these parts, they should replace them before they cause more serious issues down the line.
If you notice a strange smell coming from your car, this might indicate that something is wrong with your exhaust system or muffler. If you have been hearing any unusual noise from your engine, this might also suggest that something is wrong with either one of these systems.