- January 22, 2020
- By admin
- In Diagnostics
- Tags Steering, Transmission
Modern cars are loaded with technology, and there’s no end to what’s available. For example, state-of-the-art sensors facilitate active safety features that can help make you a more attentive driver, and onboard computers deliver infotainment technology that includes everything from satellite radio to mobile Wi-Fi hot spots.
Still, the one thing that always has been and still is at the heart of your car’s performance is its engine. Though all the secondary bells and whistles are nice, a car’s primary function is to get us from one place to the next, and this isn’t possible without a functioning engine.
If you own a used car, engine reliability is probably a significant concern. Here are five easy steps you can take to improve the dependability of your used car’s engine and lengthen its life span
Nobody likes spending time at an auto repair shop, and if you have a busy schedule, the time spent on getting the recommended maintenance service performed on your car can seem pretty burdensome.
However, it’s important to recognize that regular service visits are an investment in your car’s future. Engines are designed to last, but they need the support of regular maintenance to live up to this promise. Follow the guidelines laid out in your car’s owner’s manual for things like oil changes and air filter replacement. And don’t forget about having a professional periodically inspect the coolant, radiator hoses, battery, spark plugs, spark-plug wires and timing belt
Small engine problems can quickly become big ones if they aren’t addressed in a timely way. Staying on top of this requires you to pay attention to your car’s engine. Keep a close eye on its performance. If your vehicle’s engine makes unusual sounds or is slow to turn over, take the car in so the engine can be evaluated by a mechanic.
If you neglect these problems and they lead to more serious engine difficulties, the repair bill can be astronomical. Do your budget a favor by quickly tending to minor engine problems as they develop.
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Tyler JohnsonMay 7, 2021, 3:48 pm REPLY
That’s a good idea to take the car in for small repairs right after they occur. I like the idea of avoiding any preventable issues. I should make sure I take the car in for things like oil changes before they become serious issues.
Mia EvansJune 4, 2021, 7:57 pm REPLY
Thanks for pointing out that we need to get the engine periodically inspected especially the radiator and battery. I will keep that in mind now that we need an engine rebuild for the European car of my father. He passed it down to me, and I want to be able to use in for a long time once it has been fixed by a professional, so this tips is going to be helpful.