BASIC REPAIRS THAT EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW

Most of us have been driving cars since adolescence. For many, it is hard to imagine living without a car. In a way, they embody a part of our lives. But as for many things, cars can fail again and again. You know the frustration when your vehicle breaks down when you need it most. Well, what if I tell you that some of the common causes of car problems have simple solutions that you could learn? Here are necessary repairs that you should know.

  • Change the oil.

You should check and change the oil in your car regularly to ensure proper operation and prolong the life of the engine. Changing the oil in your car is one of the necessary skills to maintain or repair your vehicle. Of course, it is different if the oil filter and the oil drain plug of your car are complicated to reach.

The necessary steps include draining the oil by removing the drain plug, unscrewing and draining the oil filter, inserting the oil filter and the drain plug, removing the oil filler cap and adding fresh oil. Nothing you can learn from the tons of online tutorials available!

  • Change the flat tire.

There is a reason why “wheels” are jargon for the car. Tires are one of the essential components of your vehicle. And they can go flat with you from time to time. However, changing the tires should not be a big problem and could be a skill that will save lives to learn. The necessary steps include loosening the wheel (with a wrench), lifting the car with its bracket, removing the wheel (and then the tire), installing the spare tire, tearing the wheel, and lowering the vehicle. , And finally, make sure they are tight. Simple.

  • Change the car’s battery.

Car batteries tend to die in the worst case. If you are in the middle of nowhere, it is better to ask for help on the side of the road or call a tow truck. However, if you are at home and your battery shows signs of replacement, the replacement process is quite simple. The steps are as follows: remove the battery covers, remove the negative cables, remove the clamp from the battery holder, repeat the terminals of the positive cable clamp, remove all the screws, replace the battery with the new one, then reconnect the plugs. Be sure to label the cables before removing them.

  • Replace the brake pads.

The brakes are one of the most critical parts of your vehicle to keep you safe while driving. Many car accidents result from brake failure. Therefore, the brakes of your car must always be in perfect condition. Fortunately, changing the brake pad can be as simple as changing the tire. The necessary steps include loosening the wheel nuts, lifting the truck, removing the wheels, removing the sliding bolts, removing the old brake pads and replacing the new ones, inserting the slide pins and wheels. You must be very careful when using wheel replicas. This is another simple DIY that can save you money!

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