Car Maintenance Checklist

Car Maintenance Checklist


We can improve and enhance the life and performance of our vehicle, by following a routine Car Maintenance Checklist,

Follow a list of items you may check periodically to improve the vehicle life. Some of these parts of your vehicle should be checked regularly, and others only in the long run. always follow your vehicle’s maintenance schedule and service interval record.

Note that the small things you do every day, month, or after a year, can increase the life of your car and save your enough maintenance budget. It should be mandatory that common maintenance tips are taught when learning to drive and often need to be demonstrated on the driving test.

Please follow the below-mentioned Car Maintenance Checklist

1. Clean/Wash:

Make sure the car cleanliness on a daily basis.

In addition to regular washing (always with car wash products, not other household cleaning products), car polishing at least thrice a year to protect and maintain the exterior car finish.

2. Lights:

Confirm that all lights are clean and working properly, like headlights, tail/brake lights, turn signals, and emergency flashers.

if you need to fix car tail lights, then check.

3.Battery & Cables:

Make sure the connections are clean and tight and don’t show any signs of corrosion or leaking. If your car battery  required any kind of maintenance then check 

4.Oil & Filter:

Car oil and filter should change after every 3,000 miles. It always depends on your car and what kind of oil you’re using, you may need to change both the oil & oil filter as much as every 3 months or 3000 miles. some vehicles’ owners’ manuals will recommend changing your oil less frequently – often in-between 5,000 and 10,000 miles. you have to check your vehicle owner’s manual and consult with a professional to be certain what is appropriate for your vehicle/car. Also, follow How to Change the Oil in Your Car.


5.Tire Pressure & Condition

Also, check the pressure and inflate your tires routinely if necessary – or keep your own pressure gauge in your glove compartment. The proper tire pressure for your car can be found on a decal in your car’s doorjamb or in the owner’s manual. The correct tire pressure is NOT on the tire’s sidewall, which is the maximum pressure recommended by the tire manufacturer, not your vehicle’s manufacturer.
Also inspect your tires for any uneven wear, cuts, bulges, nails, or other foreign objects. 

also, Check

Tire pressure.


Check & Replace Brake pads

Tire Coition Thread

Check /Inspect Suspension System

6.Power Steering Fluid:

Verify the level of your powering steering fluid while checking other fluids  (and when your car is warmed up). If the level is low, add the correct type of fluid, recommended for your vehicle.



7.Hoses & Belts:

Conform engine hoses at each oil change and replaced them if conform any cracks, cuts, abrasions, or bulges, or if they feel excessively soft or mushy. Even the best coolant hose can fail without warning — and many problems aren’t always visible or could be caused by other related engine components.

Check brake hoses  

Power Steering Hoses 

Check/change Vacum hoses


When the car is cool, look for leaks, cracks, or any other signs of damage or broken supports. (You might suspect an exhaust leak if you hear an unusual ‘throttle’ or muffled sound when the car is running).

Exhaust leaks can be very dangerous  IF found a problem check your car to a professional service technician if you found problems with your exhaust system.

9. Spark Plugs:

Spark plugs are replaced between 30,000 and 100,000 miles depending on the car and type of spark plug. Consult your car manual for the specific change interval for your car.

10.Air Filter (Cabin):

Replace annually or per the schedule in your car’s manual.  air filters clean the air passages breath.  You may have to replace it more often if you’re in heavily polluted or contaminated areas, or if your heater or air conditioner is running less efficiently.

11.Wiper Blades:

The average life for wiper blades is 6-12 months. so Replace them every fall season. Replace them any time they are cracked, cut, torn, streaking, or chattering (jumping across your windshield) or whenever visibility is an issue

12.Check Coolant Level:

Conform coolant antifreeze levels in your radiator in winter months to keep your radiator or engine components from freezing. use a  50:50 ratio mix of antifreeze to water is generally recommended, but check your owner’s manual or with a professional to be certain.

Sticking to a car maintenance schedule, and keeping good records of what you’ve done, can help extend the life of your vehicle and protect you against breakdowns, expensive repairs, and other unwelcome surprises.

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