Your car needs different kinds of fluids to work well. These fluids help your car’s engine, brakes, and other parts do their jobs. But what happens if you don’t check these fluids? Let’s look at why a fluid level check is so important to the health of your vehicle.
Why Fluids Matter
Fluids are like the blood of your car. They help parts move smoothly and keep things cool. For example, engine oil stops parts from rubbing against each other too much. Brake fluid helps you stop the car when you press the brake pedal. If you forget to check these fluids, your car won’t work as it should.
What Happens if You Don’t Check
Ignoring the need for a fluid level check causes problems. Low engine oil can hurt your engine, and if you don’t have enough brake fluid, your brakes won’t work well, which is dangerous. How often you should check depends on how old your car is; older cars might need more checks. You should look at the engine oil once a month, and for other fluids like brake fluid, you can check them less often – but don’t forget about them!
Why You Should Ask a Pro
Some fluids are hard to check by yourself. For example, brake fluid and transmission fluid are in tricky spots. The best time to check fluids is when you take your car for regular maintenance, and we can tell you if the fluid is still good or if you need new fluid. However, if you see a warning light on your dashboard or if your car is acting weird, get a fluid level check right away. Also, when the seasons change, it’s good to check the fluids. By keeping an eye on your car’s fluids, you help your car last longer and keep you safe while driving. So, don’t skip this simple but important task. Schedule your fluid level check today.