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Automotive Maintenance Safety Checklist

Automotive Maintenance Safety Checklist

By Damon Hildebrand, eHow Contributor
updated: May 16, 2010

Automotive maintenance safety checklist
Keeping the family car in a safe working order is every family's concern. The best way to keep an automobile performing safely is to perform a few routine checks during the year. Car components such as brakes, tires, fluid levels and signal lights are all important to maintain. Regularly following an automotive maintenance safety checklist is good insurance against unsafe driving conditions.

Brake and Turn Signals
Likely the most important--and most neglected--safety component on a car is the brake and turn signals. Avoiding accidents by signaling to other drivers of a turn or stop, saves drivers from injuries and expenses. Once out on the road, there is no obvious way to tell if the signals are working properly. At least once a week, check that turn signals and brake lights are functioning properly.

Tire Condition
Apart from gravity, only one thing keeps a car stuck to the road--the tires. When a car's tires are in poor condition, their capacity to perform is also poor. Tire treads and proper inflation are key to ensuring potential problems are avoided while driving. Typically, a passenger car's tire pressure range is 30 to 40 pounds per square inch. The ideal pressure to maintain is stamped on the tire's sidewall and is specific to the tire. Check the tire pressure weekly and keep them inflated. Likewise, when the tread begins to show signs of wear, have the tires checked by a trusted service technician.

Brake System
There are three functions a car owner expects from his vehicle: start, go and stop. The stopping part is more critical than the going. That's why it is important the brakes be checked for wear monthly. Brake squeal is not always a good indication the brakes are worn. The material used in modern brake pads is known to squeal regardless of condition. Only a visual inspection will truly determine the amount of wear on the brake pads. Most pads today have a wear indicator or mark to help determine when to replace them. Have these checked once per year and replace the brake pads before they begin to wear into the brake rotor.

Fluid Levels
Each fluid used in an automobile's system has a specific and vital function. The fluid level everyone constantly monitors is the gas gauge--that's obvious. But the transmission, brake, power steering and coolant levels are equally important to maintain. A weekly check of each of these fluids will not only ensure a trouble-free commute, but also will quite possibly prevent destroying an expensive car component.

Electrical System
Cars today have an elaborate electrical system. This system monitors dozens of parameters and safety features of the vehicle. The entire system is power by the car's battery and alternator. Most automotive batteries are sealed and maintenance-free. However, they can form a bad or loose connection if the battery terminals are not kept clean and tight. Check the general condition of the car's battery at every oil change. The hood is already up, and a quick inspection will detect cleaning or adjustment needs.

 

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