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⚙️Regular maintenance Car Check Every Month !

Performing a Car Check Every Month is a good practice to ensure the safety and reliability of your vehicle. As your car deserves to be treated properly.

Here’s a basic checklist of things you should consider inspecting each month:

Fluid Levels: 

Check the following fluid levels:

  • Engine oil

  • Transmission fluid

  • Brake fluid

  • Power steering fluid

  • Coolant/antifreeze

  • Windshield washer fluid

Engine Bay

 Look for any visible leaks, loose hoses, or damaged wires. Pay attention to the condition, of the serpentine belt and make sure it is not cracked or frayed.


Verify that all exterior lights, are working correctly including headlights, taillights, brake lights, turn signals, and hazard lights. Don’t forget the interior lights as well.


Test your brakes to ensure they are responsive. Listen for any unusual noises such as squeaking or grinding. If you notice any issues have them inspected by a professional.

Wipers and Washer Jets

Check the condition of your windshield wipers, and make sure they effectively clear the windshield. Ensure the washer jets are working correctly and refill the washer fluid if necessary.


Inspect the battery terminals for corrosion. If you notice corrosion clean it off with a wire brush. Also ensure that the battery is securely fastened.

Air Filter

Check the air filter and replace it if it is dirty or clogged. A clean air filter improves engine performance and fuel efficiency.

Belts and Hoses

Inspect the belts and hoses, in the engine bay for signs of wear, cracks, or leaks.


Remember that this is a general checklist and specific maintenance requirements can vary depending on your vehicle’s make and model. 

Always refer to your owner’s manual for manufacturer-recommended maintenance schedules and procedures. 

If you are unsure about any aspect of your car’s maintenance consult with a professional mechanic. Regular maintenance can extend the life of your vehicle and help prevent costly repairs in the future.

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