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Give Your Vehicle The Promise Of Maintenance
Maintenance would certainly be the best thing you can give your car this New Year. It would be most especially good if you seem to have neglected one of the major important things that you should fulfill as the owner of the car. You may have made your vehicle look pretty new with regular changing of Lincoln Mark IV parts but it would never be enough. Deep below the hood of your car, that is where you should really take quite a closer look.
According to the Car Care Council, if you do maintain your vehicle regularly, you would be having one car that would be the envy of most vehicle owners. You see, a well maintained vehicle would be able to respond well to your commands. Its performance would be very much maintain or even improve through time. You can also count on your vehicle to be safe and you can count on your Lincoln to be reliable despite the changing of years. Plus, you get to save much on those very expensive bills you would be getting once you bring your car to some car shop. Neglecting your vehicle really does ask you to pay a lot.
For the New Year, you can put a list near the spot where you put your car keys. At least, the list would actually remind you of the things you need to do so as to maintain the kind of performance and safety that your vehicle has when you first owned it.
Do make sure that you get to do monthly check ups of the tire pressure. Also, while you are doing that, spend some time checking your tires. If they are already worn out, then you should wisely know that you would also need to change them. It would not hurt if you also check the lights and the bulbs of your car as well as the windshield washer fluid.
Four times a year, try to make sure that you change the engine oil and its filter. Other things you may want to also check would include the other fluids in the car like the automatic transmission fluid, the brake fluid, and the power steering fluid. The battery and the cables should also be checked.
About the Author: Pamela Hewitt is marketing consultant of a successful auto body shop in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This 39 year old is also a prolific writer, contributing automotive related articles to various publications. She is also an offroad enthusiast.