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Five DIY Car Maintenance Tips You Can Handle

5 DIY CAR MAINTENANCE TIPS YOU CAN HANDLE The following are simple DIY car maintenance tips that you can easily handle. 1. AIR FILTER You need a new air filter for your car every 12 months or 12,000 miles, whichever comes first. You can pay a mechanic and give up your car for a day, or you can replace your air filter at home in about ten minutes. 2. SPARK PLUGS Most spark plugs need replacing after about 30,000 miles, but check your owner's manual to see if your vehicle is any different. While changing spark plugs might sound like intense work, it's a pretty simple process. You just need to set aside some time and exercise patience. 3. OIL AND OIL FILTER Experts say you should change your oil every 3,000 miles, but with better products and cars operating more efficiently, I think you can get away with changing it every 5,000 miles. Whichever benchmark you decide to use, you can save time and money by handling the change yourself. 4. BRAKE PADS You'll need to replace most brake pads around every 20,000 miles, but as always, check your owner's manual for specifics about your model. If you consistently do a lot of "stop-and-go" driving, you'll need to replace them more frequently. 5. RADIATOR FLUSH Your car's radiator and cooling system need to be clean to work efficiently and effectively. With normal wear and tear, your car's radiator builds up deposits that can disrupt the cooling system. A radiator flush is a quick and inexpensive way to keep your system in shape. KENDON Kendon Auto Electrical 10A Manningham, Road Bulleen, VIC 3105 Phone: 03 9850 3711 Email: [email protected] Est.1956 Auto Electrical & Meckanical Kendonautoelectrical.com.au SOURCE: HTTPS://WWW.MONEYCRASHERS.COM/DIY-CAR-MAINTENANCE-TIPS-CHECKLIST/

Five DIY Car Maintenance Tips You Can Handle

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Whether you’re wanting to do as much as you can to take care of your car yourself, we bring you the top five car maintenance tips to keep your car in mint condition.

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