Automotive Maintenance

Auto maintenance includes the inspection and testing the condition of car subsystems (e.g., engine) and servicing or replacing parts and fluids. Regular maintenance is critical to ensure the safety, reliability, drivability, comfort and longevity of a car. During preventive maintenance, a number of parts are replaced to avoid major damage or for safety reasons, e.g. timing belt replacement.

  • Check/replace the engine oil and replace oil filters
  • Check/replace fuel filters
  • Inspect or replace windshield wipers
  • Check or refill windshield washer fluid
  • Inspect tires for pressure and wear
  • Tire balancing
  • Tire rotation
  • Wheel alignment
  • Check, clean or replace battery terminals and top up battery fluid
  • Inspect or replace brake pads
  • Check or flush brake fluid
  • Check or flush transmission fluid
  • Check or flush power steering fluid
  • Check and flush engine coolant
  • Inspect or replace spark plugs
  • Inspect or replace air filter
  • Inspect or replace timing belt and other belts
  • Lubricate locks, latches, hinges
  • Check all lights
  • Tighten chassis nuts and bolts
  • Check if rubber boots are cracked and need replacement
  • Test electronics, e.g., anti-lock braking system or ABS
  • Read fault codes from the engine control unit

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Tune Ups

A tune-up is routine servicing of the engine to meet the manufacturer's specifications. Tune-ups are needed periodically according to the manufacturer's recommendations to ensure an automobile runs as expected.

  • Adjustment of the carburetor idle speed and the air-fuel mixture
  • Inspection of ignition system
  • Replace spark plugs
  • Replace spark plug wires
  • Replace distributor cap
  • Replace distributor rotor
  • Replace contact breaker points
  • Replace air filter
  • Inspection of emission controls
  • Valve train adjustment

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