To make a list of all the items here on this topic would be unending. However there are some basics guides you should know to help you keep your car in good working order.
You should follow a car maintenance plan, you can help prevent major problems before they occur. Not only working to a service plan, but also sticking to a detailed record of your car’s maintenance history can definitely maintain your vehicles value, too.
Many manufacturers use a 50-100-150 schedule, this meaning the more major parts need to be inspected, changed, or replaced at 50,000, 100,000, and 150,000 km. But if you’re like most car owners, you may question if the suggested maintenance points in your service manual are really essential for the health of your vehicle. Some items, like gaskets and hoses, windscreen wiper blades, and tyres, will wear out at irregular intervals much shorter than these listed intervals above. These “consumables” will need to be checked periodically, either by your mechanic or if you’ve got some basic understanding towards cars, by your own visual inspection.
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