HOW TO CHECK BRAKE FLUIDS?
After parking your vehicle on level ground, open the hood and locate the reservoir. Check that the fluid level is between the MIN and MAX marks. If the level is below the MIN mark, consult a qualified mechanic.
HOW TO CHECK TRANSMISSION FLUIDS AND PERFORM A TRANSMISSION OIL CHANGE?
You can only check your transmission fluid if your car has a transmission dipstick. Wipe the dipstick, reinsert it into the fluid, leave the stick for 5 seconds, then remove it and read the level. If necessary, add transmission fluid as recommended by your car manufacturer. You don’t need to change transmission fluid as often as you need an oil change for cars.
HOW TO CHANGE ANTIFREEZE IN A CAR?
While it’s easy to check the levels of antifreeze/coolant, don’t change the antifreeze yourself. Has your antifreeze changed at a garage when you go to change the car oil?
WHY DO YOU NEED A GOOD COOLANT?
Cooling system failure is the most common cause of vehicle failure. Using a good coolant helps avoid expensive repairs.
HOW CAN I SPOT ALTERNATOR PROBLEMS?
The alternator charges your car battery and provides electricity. If there’s a problem, you may notice electrical systems don’t work properly. There may also be a warning light on your dash.
HOW DO I MAINTAIN MY WIPERS?
Clean your wipers every few weeks. Rub them with blade protector or petroleum jelly.
HOW DO I MAINTAIN MY RADIATOR?
Flush your radiator every 1-2 years. Whenever you check oil levels or get a car oil change, check your radiator fluid levels and inspect your radiator hoses and belts for leaks or cracks.