1. Oil Change:
Changing your oil regularly is essential to prevent wear and tear on engine components.
2. Tire Rotation and Alignment:
Rotating your tires helps ensure even tire wear, while proper alignment keeps all four wheels pointed in the same direction, improving handling and stability.
3. Brake Inspection/Replacement:
Regularly checking the condition of your brakes is important for safety.
4. Battery Test/Replacement:
Checking the battery regularly can help prevent unexpected breakdowns, and a full replacement may be needed if it’s time to replace the battery altogether.
5. Filter Replacement:
Replacing filters on a regular basis helps to keep the air and fuel flowing freely, allowing your engine to run more efficiently.
6. Coolant Flush:
Over time, coolant can become contaminated with dirt and other impurities. A flush helps to prevent overheating and potential damage to the cooling system.
7. Visual Inspection:
A visual inspection of all components is important to identify any potential issues before they become a larger problem.
8. Transmission Check:
Checking the transmission helps to ensure that it is working properly and prevents problems from arising in the future.
9. Belt Replacement:
Replacing belts regularly can help prevent premature wear, as well as improve engine performance and efficiency.
10. Fluids Check/Refill:
Checking the fluids regularly and refilling them as needed can help prevent engine damage.