Inspect Fluids and Tire Pressure Regularly
You should always pay extra attention to your tires and fluids. The task to check it takes only a few minutes.
All you need to do is open the hood after the engine has cooled down and detach the oil dipstick. Clean it thoroughly and put it back again. Now when you pull it, you will notice the oil stuck to it. This way you will know when to change the engine oil.
While doing this also check your power steering fluid level and also the hoses and belts for any signs of wear. After warming up your car check the transmission fluid level too. Many of the newer cars feature a sealed transmission system. Ron Westphal Chevrolet’s service department will be happy to assist you with checking your transmission fluid. You can call us at 630-898-9630 or visit us online 24/7.
Now for your tires, you can check the pressure by using a gauge and ensure that it has the correct pressure for all tires. Conduct this every other week for less wear to your tire. Many of the newer cars have tire pressure monitors that allow you to check your tire pressure from the comfort of your driver’s seat. If you need assistance with checking your vehicle’s tire pressure, please visit us at Ron Westphal Chevrolet. We’ll be happy to help. Thanks for reading about how to inspect fluids and tire pressure regularly.