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Try the Bluenose test: place a dime in the tire’s groove with the Bluenose’s Sails facing down . If you can see the top of the Bluenose mass and sails, then your tires have sailed long enough and needs replacing. However, this test will not work with performance or off-road tires. Tires are manufactured with […]
Measure your tire pressure monthly. Tires are permeable and tend to lose about 2 psi (14 kPa) per month, so it is important to regularly measure their pressure. Tires also lose pressure as the air temperature drops (about 1 psi for every 5°C drop in temperature), so remember to measure your tire pressure year-round.
Luckily it only takes a second to check your coolant level. Most cars these days have a translucent coolant overflow tank right next to the radiator. It’s white plastic, but you can see inside to see if there’s enough juice to keep things safe. You’ll also see markings on the side telling you the low […]
A lot of people think you have to get the best blades out there,” he says. “But there’s not a lot difference between a $7.99 and a $15.99 blade. Even the good ones are still going to wear out. You’ll get more life out of replacing a $7.99 blades twice a year than trying to […]
I recommend it in the spring because all winter long, they’re used as scrapers for snow and freezing rain,” Nelson says. “The rubber compound breaks up and doesn’t give a good, clean swipe. In the fall, [replace them again because] they can dry up in the heat of the sun [during summer].
As the filter gets dirty the fuel pump has to work harder (draws more current), and will burn out faster. Also, most fuel systems are “return” types: excess fuel pumped from the tank to the fuel pressure regulator gets returned to the gas tank. Any crud that isn’t filtered out can keep getting recirculated blocking […]
The oil filter cleans dirt and particles from the oil that may cause damage. An easy way to remember to change your oil filter is to replace it at every oil change or every other oil change. Oil filters are inexpensive and range from $5 to $20 depending on the vehicle. You can ask a […]
An easy-to-remember guide is: change your car’s oil every 5,000 kilometres or every three to six months. It may sound excessive, but car companies recommend changing the oil frequently to avoid damage. Depending on the type of car you drive and your driving habits, you may need to change the oil less often. Newer engines […]