Engine Maintenance: Car Maintenance Tips and Lubrication

By Dale Benton

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Engine maintenance is a very important factor in keeping your car in top condition. What are you waiting for?

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Car maintenance tips focus on engine lubrication, something which too many people ignore. By neglecting the oil level in your engine, you are not only reducing the life of your car engine, but could also be reducing your own life and that of your passengers!

The level of oil in your sump or oil pan might not be as critical to your safety as your tires and brakes, but if your oil level drops below a critical level at the same time it could be very dangerous. The reason for this will be explained below, but first let's look at what your engine oil does and why engine maintenance is very important in this respect.

Engine Maintenance and Oil Levels

The #1 engine maintenance job that any vehicle owner has to carry out is to check and top up the engine oil. Without adequate lubrication your engine components will wear out more rapidly, and a lack of engine oil can seriously reduce the resale value of your car.

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Mandatory Car Maintenance

By Amanda Rodriguez

Unless you live in a city with easily accessible mass transit, you rely on your car for your day to day life. Whether you drive into town from the outskirts on a daily basis or just enjoy visiting friends in neighboring towns, your car must be in tip-top shape or you'll be stuck in the middle of nowhere. By making sure to keep your car tuned up, you also ensure your own safety and avoid a lot of frustration.These are mandatory auto maintenance tips! Plus SAVE on discounted prices while supplies last and only when you click here now! Maintenance is the most important thing you can do for your car in order to keep it running smoothly for years to come.

Oil change: You should be getting an oil change every 3,000 miles or 3 months in order to keep your car up and running. If you have experience changing oil, you can do this at home and save some money on the cost of labor that a mechanic would typically charge.

Spark plugs: Typically, you'll have conventional spark plugs in your car, which should be changed every 30,000 miles. However, if you know your car has double platinum spark plugs, they should be changed every 50,000 miles.

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