Top 5 reasons behind munted cars in summer

One day a report was given, which lists the main causes of vehicle failures in the United States. These problems are also frequent in New Zealand.

The fuel pumps and carking the car

As the cost of fuel is bloody high these days, people wait until they hear the sound "beep" to fill up petrol and this is causing an increased failure of the fuel pumps. The fuel pump is not completely submerged in fuel when you go below a quarter of the tank and this causes an undue generation of heat as fuel acts as the coolant. Our recommendation to keep the pump healthy is keeping more than a quarter of the tank full and replacing the fuel filter every 30 thousand miles. It will keep you safe from buggering all.

Lack of batteries’ testing

The heat in phoenix absolutely destroys the batteries so we highly recommend the testing of batteries at least twice a year. Instead of having a complete battery failure, the testing would provide a better fair go of replacement if it is weak. The buildup on the terminals leads to weakness of its strength so when we service the vehicles we also clean up the terminals.

Radiators and transmissions

The desert heat wipes them out. The engine has a gauge in the dash so you can easily monitor the temperature but most of the cars and trucks do not have a gearbox temperature gauge. Fluids are actually the life of your vehicle and we recommend fluid exchanges to provide the radiator and gearbox a long and healthy life. It is vital to use the correct fluid at the correct levels.

Replacement of the hoses and belts

The inspection of hoses and belts makes sure that you don't feel any brittle, mushy, cracked, frayed or bulging; moreover, we recommend the replacement according to the manufacturer's suggestion.

Tyres’ inflation

It is bloody essential to keep the tyres rotating and replacing them when they lose tread. Save your time - buy new tyres at

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