Bad habits on cars do harm to vehicles

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Chongqing, China

#1 Jan 7, 2014
Nowadays, people are using all kinds of methods to keep car in good condition, like periodical maintenance and detect with obd2 tools to erase potential issues and so on. However, some people are doing something harmful to vehicle parts.

Shift, the direction are killed. If you do it often, it will be harmful to booster pump, which is easy to wear and affect the performance of Steering Gear Box. If you have to turn killed direction, turn back a little as soon as possible.

Shake hands handle parking brake, hurt brake pad. When you park cars, just find plain floor and avoid brake pad flock to lengthen its life span. If you are not sure, find a stone there. Chrysler Diagnostic Tool

Forget to light off lights, do harm to accumulator. For vehicle lights are consuming much power, if accumulator lack of power, it is easy to shorten its life. No more Bad habits on cars do harm to vehicles

To sum up, you should need to remember these tips during driving and should also have them inspected with car diagnostic tool to keep them in good healthy.

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