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Following an auto maintenance schedule will help keep your vehicle reliable as well as helping to maintain its resale value. Maintenance schedules are developed by each manufacturer to show the recommended minimum maintenance requirements for a particular model of vehicle. In most cases, completing this minimum recommended maintenance is necessary to keep a vehicle's warranty in good standing.


If, for any reason, your maintenance history does not meet or exceed the recommended minimums, you may have warranty claims denied by the manufacturer. In addition, regularly completing scheduled maintenance items like oil changes, filter changes and tune-ups can also keep your vehicle performing smoothly and getting good fuel economy.


Perhaps the most important reason to following an auto maintenance schedule is to preserve the resale value of your vehicle. While all vehicles depreciate on an ongoing basis, completing recommended maintenance can help. Whether you foresee selling to a dealership or private party, having proof of all completed maintenance on the vehicle can increase the value of your vehicle. Be sure to save all documentation relating to maintenance items and other repairs in order to keep the warranty intact!


To check your vehicle's schedule, go to

Spark Plugs: Combustion & spark plugs are important in your internal combustion engine. You should replace your spark plugs after every 30000 to 100000 miles.


Timing Belts & Engine Belts: Considering the fact that a malfunction of any of these components of your car engine would lead to your vehicle stalling at the very best or major engine damage that only a mechanic could fix, you better take care of these parts. It is recommended that you replace your timing belts every 60,000 to 90,000 miles while engine belts need to be replaced every 3 years.


Coolant: The real multi tasker in your car is the liquid in your radiator. It not only cools, but it prevents freezing and guards against any corrosion. It is recommendable to replace every 2 years or 24,000 miles.


Tires: Monitor your tires for any wear & tear at least once a month. If you are an aggressive driver don’t expect your car tires to last their expected life. Considering that your tires are the only contact your car will have with the road, you need to make sure that the tread is such that your car will have a firm grip on the road at all times.


Brakes: Too many accidents on the road are caused by faulty brakes. It is an important car component that should not be ignored if any issues are detected.

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