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How To Keep Your Car Running Like NEW Automobiles are Americans 2nd biggest investment after real estate and how to keep your car running at top conditions becomes a very important knowledge everyone should know about The major components of a car consist of engine transmission brakes suspension and tires Today I am going to teach you the audience how to change your motor oil oEngine Change spark plugs about once every 10000 to 15000 miles or roughly about a 12 months worth of driving Gold plugs are fine but if you would like to get a little more performance out of your vehicles potential I recommend Platinum-tipped spark plugs An oil change is recommended every 3000 to 5000 miles depending on your driving style and conditions Your car is more likely to need an oil change at 3000 miles if you live in a metropolitan area where you face stop-and-go traffic polluted air and very hot temperatures Oil change is very easy to do you dont always have to go to Jiffy Lube or other instant oil change places to get it done You can buy quarts of motor oil at almost any store and change them yourself This way you can ensure the oils are of top quality and the job gets done right Things you will need--- -3-ton hydraulic jack jack stands wheel chocks and a socket-wrench set new oil filter quarts of motor oil oil filter wrench There are different types of oils 10W30 5W30 and 10W40 are the most common 10W30 is the most versatile oil out of them all Begin by parking your car on a flat surface make sure the car is in park position 1Pop open the hood and twist the oil cap open 2Put the wheel chocks against the rear wheels This is done to make sure the car does not roll backward when you lift up the car 3Bring the jack to
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