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Spring has arrived, which means that it is time to give your vehicle a little extra attention. So that you’re ready for the hot days of summer ahead, it is important that you take care of recommended vehicle maintenance. Not only should you know what that schedule includes (see the list in your owner’s service manual), make an appointment for a thorough inspection of your vehicle, especially if you’re planning a summer road trip. This inspection is important as your mechanic can determine if there are any pending problems that should be fixed as soon as possible.

So what does car maintenance include on a regular basis? Here is a list of the most basic vehicle maintenance items that are vital for safe driving:

  • Battery—Check the fluid level in the terminals and clean any corrosion away from the posts and cable connections. The battery should be holding a strong enough charge to power the electrical accessories.
  • Wiper Blades—If your wiper blades are leaving streaks and have been on your car for more than six months, it is time to replace them.
  • Lights—Check the lights (both exterior and interior) and replace any broken or burned-out bulbs. Make sure that the lenses and light covers are clean and free of cracks.
  • Oil Change and Filter—Follow the recommended oil change interval so that your motor oil is fresh and of the right viscosity for warm weather. Use a good quality filter.
  • Radiator, Hoses, and Belts—Make sure there aren’t any cracks or leaks in the radiator unit and hoses and that the ratio of coolant and water in the radiator is correct.
  • Tires—Check air pressure frequently, have your tires rotated about every 6,000 miles, and have the alignment and balancing adjusted if needed. Repair any cuts or holes in the sidewalls as soon as possible.
  • Brakes—Have your brakes inspected each time you get the oil changed. If you start to feel unusual vibrations, hear screeching or squealing, or if the brake pedal feels “mushy,” it’s time for brake repair.

Even with all your planning, breakdowns can still happen. Pack an emergency kit, including water and snacks, jumper cables, flashlight (with extra batteries), road flares, jack and spare tire, first aid kit, blanket, and cell phone charger.

Need to know more about what does car maintenance include on a regular basis? Contact our ASE Certified technicians at Auto & Fleet Mechanic for more information about the vehicle maintenance schedule and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop proudly serves residents in Modesto, CA, and the surrounding area.

Need to know what does car maintenance include on a regular basis? Follow the vehicle maintenance schedule listed in your service manual.

Spring has arrived, which means that it is time to give your vehicle a little extra attention. So that you’re ready for the hot days of summer ahead, it is important that you take care of recommended vehicle maintenance. Not only should you know what that schedule includes (see the list in your owner’s service manual), make an appointment for a thorough inspection of your vehicle, especially if you’re planning a summer road trip. This inspection is important as your mechanic can determine if there are any pending problems that should be fixed as soon as possible.

So what does car maintenance include on a regular basis? Here is a list of the most basic vehicle maintenance items that are vital for safe driving:

  • Battery—Check the fluid level in the terminals and clean any corrosion away from the posts and cable connections. The battery should be holding a strong enough charge to power the electrical accessories.
  • Wiper Blades—If your wiper blades are leaving streaks and have been on your car for more than six months, it is time to replace them.
  • Lights—Check the lights (both exterior and interior) and replace any broken or burned-out bulbs. Make sure that the lenses and light covers are clean and free of cracks.
  • Oil Change and Filter—Follow the recommended oil change interval so that your motor oil is fresh and of the right viscosity for warm weather. Use a good quality filter.
  • Radiator, Hoses, and Belts—Make sure there aren’t any cracks or leaks in the radiator unit and hoses and that the ratio of coolant and water in the radiator is correct.
  • Tires—Check air pressure frequently, have your tires rotated about every 6,000 miles, and have the alignment and balancing adjusted if needed. Repair any cuts or holes in the sidewalls as soon as possible.
  • Brakes—Have your brakes inspected each time you get the oil changed. If you start to feel unusual vibrations, hear screeching or squealing, or if the brake pedal feels “mushy,” it’s time for brake repair.

Even with all your planning, breakdowns can still happen. Pack an emergency kit, including water and snacks, jumper cables, flashlight (with extra batteries), road flares, jack and spare tire, first aid kit, blanket, and cell phone charger.

Need to know more about what does car maintenance include on a regular basis? Contact our ASE Certified technicians at Auto & Fleet Mechanic for more information about the vehicle maintenance schedule and to schedule an appointment. Our auto shop proudly serves residents in Modesto, CA, and the surrounding area.

Judi Harvey
Auto & Fleet MechanicModesto Auto Repair

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Mon:07:30am - 05:30pm
Tue:07:30am - 05:30pm
Wed:07:30am - 05:30pm
Thu:07:30am - 05:30pm
Fri:07:30am - 05:00pm
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