Spring auto maintenance some important aspect to consider are as follows.
Inspect and Rotate Tires: Inspect tread and make sure the tire pressure is at the recommended level.
Test the Battery: Cold weather can be tough on car batteries. Test your battery to ensure it’s holding a charge well. Clean any corrosion on the terminals.
Replace Wiper Blades: Winter conditions can wear down wiper blades. Replace them in preparation for spring rains. Also, fill up the windshield washer fluid.
Check Brakes: Inspect the brake system, including brake pads and rotors. If you notice any unusual noises or decreased braking performance, it’s time for a professional inspection.
Inspect Suspension and Alignment: Winter potholes can affect your car’s suspension and alignment. Have these components checked to ensure a smooth and safe ride.
Top Off Fluids: Check and top off all essential fluids, including coolant, transmission fluid, brake fluid, and power steering fluid.
Air Filter Replacement: Replace the engine air filter to ensure optimal fuel efficiency and engine performance.
Check Lights and Signals: Ensure all exterior lights, including headlights, brake lights, turn signals, and taillights, are working properly. Replace any bulbs if necessary.
Inspect Belts and Hoses: Check for signs of wear or damage on belts and hoses. Replace any that show signs of aging or cracking.
A/C System Check: Test your car’s air conditioning system to make sure it’s ready for warmer weather. If you notice any issues, have them addressed promptly.
Check the Spare Tire: Ensure that your spare tire is properly inflated, and check that all the necessary tools to change a flat tire are in place.
By following this spring automotive maintenance checklist, we can help you ensure that your car is in top condition. We can help, call us today to schedule an appointment.