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Most common parts that need maintenance
Keeping your car in good shape is the key to a positive automotive ownership experience. It will not only help your car avoid breaking down or develop nasty problems but also improve safety and fuel economy.
The following are some of the most important parts of your car that needs to be regularly serviced.
Engine oil (every 3,750 miles)
Engine oil is the lifeblood of the engine. It keeps it friction-free, cleans out unwanted particles, and even helps in cooling it down. Engine oil decays over time and needs to be regularly changed to keep the engine in good condition.
Tire pressure (every 3,750 miles)
Tire pressure affects handling, fuel economy, and tire wear. Tires tend to lose pressure through use, making it important to regularly inflate them as per the manufacturer's recommendation to make the most of them.
Oil filter (every 7,500 miles)
When the oil filter becomes too clogged, the system is designed to let the oil completely bypass it straight to the engine. That's better than having no oil at all, but it's far from ideal, so the oil filter should be replaced about every other oil change.
Tire rotation (every 7,500 miles)
No tire experiences wear at exactly the same rate as another. To even out the wear, tires should be rotated about every 7,500 miles. This is usually done by swapping the front and rear tires, possibly in diagonal. This will extend the tires' life as much as possible.
Belts and hoses (every 15,000 miles)
Belts and hoses not only help run the engine but are also responsible for providing power to the air conditioning compressor, cooling fan, power steering pump, and other crucial vehicle features. Needless to say, it's important to get them checked regularly for imperfections.