The coolant in your car’s radiator serves as antifreeze and protection against corrosion, as well as cooling the engine. You should check the level of coolant regularly, and ensure the ratio is half coolant, half water.
7.POWER STEERING FLUID
If your car has power steering, the system needs fluid to keep the operating system lubricated. You can check the level of power steering fluid easily by looking at the reservoir or dipstick, and if the level is often too low then there may be an underlying issue.
This component cleans the air coming into your engine and ensures it is free from contaminants that could damage your car. You should be checking your car’s air filter once a year to keep it performing at its best.
It is a good idea to keep an eye on your engine belt as if it gets worn down it can cause engine damage which is expensive to repair. Our technicians check your engine belt every time you bring it in for a service.
Having chip-free paint not only looks better, it also protects your car against corrosion. You should wash, wax and polish your car’s body paint regularly to provide extra protection.