High temperatures have an effect on all things from the engine of your car to the windshield vanes. By good fortune, there are a small number of methods to make summer a little better for the four-wheeled buddy.
Here are some tips to make your car healthy all over the summer season.
- Check the Fluids
Checking the level and state of the car’s fluids is important throughout the year, but they are even more dangerous if the temperature increases. Inspect your radiator brake fluid, engine oil, coolant and – when your vehicle has it – the steering fluid.
- Check the tires
Before leaving on the summer trip, ensure to check the tires. Begin by checking uneven wear, cracks and damages. Then check the pressure in tires. Calibration affects your fuel consumption and can even direct to a breakdown and a possible accident. If you need to, do not delay and change your tires before you travel.
- Check the air conditioning
Nothing is worse than being in traffic, passing heat and without air conditioning. Before this takes place with you, ensure your air conditioner is operating in cool mode. If not, take your vehicle to Auto Repair workshop before the approaching heat waves.
- Testing the battery
Extreme temperature (cold and hot) can cause your battery to work at its limit. Having your battery in good condition can keep you from standing still. If it is not in good condition, replace the battery.
- Inspect wipers
The extreme heat can cause wiper blades to break. If you have to face summer monsoon – or even with an occasional swim – it is a good concept to examine your cleaners to ensure that you will be able to drive easily in a storm. You can change them on your own if they are beaten.