1. Change the engine oil and filter:
Make sure to use the correct type of oil and change it at the recommended intervals. This will help keep your car running smoothly.
2. Inspect the brakes, hoses, and cables:
Make sure that the brakes are working properly and that the hoses and cables are in good condition.
3. Rotate the tires:
Rotating the tires helps ensure even wear and can help extend their life.
4. Check the fluids:
Check the levels of all fluids (brake fluid, engine oil, coolant, etc.) and make sure they are all within specs.
5. Replace the air filter:
A dirty air filter can reduce performance and fuel economy.
6. Wax the car:
A good coat of wax will protect your car's finish and keep it looking shiny.
7. Change the spark plugs:
Worn spark plugs can lead to decreased performance and fuel economy.
8. Check the exhaust system:
Make sure that the exhaust system is in good condition and not leaking any gases.
9. Tighten all nuts and bolts:
Check all nuts and bolts for tightness and make sure they are properly tightened. This can help prevent problems down the road.
10. Test drive:
Make sure to take your car for a test drive after completing all of the maintenance tasks to ensure that everything is working properly.