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Car maintenance checklist

Your vehicle's Owner's Manual is one of the best source of useful information about your car.

 Your owner’s manual is the best and most authoritative guide to maintaining your car; different makes and models require specific services at varying intervals. If you want to know how to check the engine oil or how to change the bulb, or how to use an overdrive when towing a trailer, or how to change the tire and where is the jack located - all this type of information is in there.

A car maintenance checklist can be a great way to keep yourself reminded of all of the necessary items that will need to be checked every time you do the necessary maintenance on your car.  Maintenance can be the best way to prolong the life of your car and if you can’t remember what things to check, or do, then you can’t be sure that you will be caring for your car in the best way possible.


Check every month

  • oil level -- add oil if low and check for leaks,
  • hoses -- replace if bulging, rotten, or brittle
  • belts -- replace if worn, frayed, or glazed
  • tire pressure -- add air if low
  • coolant or antifreeze -- add more if low
  • air filter -- replace if dirty, Change every 15,000 miles
  • inspect tires for leaks, cut, damage, bulges, 
  • or uneven wear change oil and replace oil filter -- change every 3,000 or 5,000 miles



  • windshield washer fluid -- add fluid if needed
  • battery and power steering fluid -- add fluid if needed
  • brake fluid -- add fluid if needed
  • transmission fluid -- add fluid if low
  • battery terminals and cables -- clean if corrosion
  • air filter – replace if dirty
  • wiper blades -- replace if worn, brittle, or smeary
  • make sure headlights, brake lights, and turn signals work
  • check the headlight aim.
  • make sure horn works properly
  • inspect brakes for wear and tear or "slippage"
  • make sure spare tire is fully inflated
  • inspect exhaust system for rust, damage, or loose parts
  • inspect shock absorbers for oil sleepage or wear





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