TRANSPORTATION TUESDAY. VEHICLE CARE BE AWARE !!. Reliable vehicle care = Safety and Dependability. WARNING LIGHTS/SIGNALS. 1. Oil Pressure Light/Gauge: Warning light or oil pressure below 10 p.s.i. 2. Temperature Light/Gauge: Overheating - coolant
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BE AWARE !!
Reliable vehicle care = Safety and Dependability
1. Oil Pressure Light/Gauge: Warning light or oil
pressure below 10 p.s.i.
2. Temperature Light/Gauge: Overheating - coolant
low, a leak, broken hose/belt, blocked air flow
3. Brake light: Parking brake engaged/brake fluid
4. Battery/Generator Light: Electrical problem -
you could end up with a dead battery.
Do not drive with above warnings!
A Certified Technician should check before serious damage results.
Squeaking/Grinding Brakes: Chirping noise while
driving, that lessen while braking, vehicle may
need new brake pads or linings.
Burning Oil Smell: Possible oil leak, which could
result in engine damage or even a fire.
Vehicle Feels Unstable: Low tire pressure – leak
or under inflation.
Steering Shudders While Braking: A hint – the
front end is possibly out of alignment.
Leaks Under Car: May not cause immediate
failure, but could prove costly later.
Also depends on kms. driven, climate & the car
itself! Recommend Oil filter with oil change.
the reservoir - not the radiator cap!
recommended for your vehicle. Usually the
level drops with increased mileage.
Consult the Owner’s Manual for Correct Vehicle Maintenance
hour to warm it up, then:
A- make sure the car is on a level surface
B- locate transmission dipstick, check level, add
only if level is low. Too much fluid could cause
leaks or shifting problems.
contacts/leaks - replace distorted hoses.
intervals - as per the Owner’s manual.
Tyres are the contact between your vehicle and
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