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Q: How often should I change my car's oil?


A: It's generally recommended to change your car's oil every 11,000 or 15,000 km (or as advised by your vehicle manufacturer). However, some modern cars can go longer between oil changes, so check your owner's manual for the recommended interval.

Q: How often should I rotate my tires?


A: Tire rotation is typically recommended every 10,000 to 13,000 km. Regular tire rotation helps ensure even wear and extends the life of your tires. Refer to your owner's manual for specific recommendations.

Q: How often should I replace my car's air filter?


A: The air filter should typically be replaced every 20,000 km, or once a year. However, if you frequently drive on dusty roads or in areas with poor air quality, it may require more frequent replacement.

Q: When should I replace my car's brake pads?


A: Brake pad replacement can vary depending on driving habits and conditions. As a general guideline, brake pads should be replaced when the pad material wears down to about 3mm. However, it's best to have them inspected regularly by a qualified mechanic.

Q: How often should I check my car's tire pressure?


A: It's a good practice to check your tire pressure at least once a month. Properly inflated tires improve fuel efficiency, handling, and tire life. Refer to your owner's manual or the sticker inside the driver's door jamb for the recommended tire pressure.

Q: How often should I replace my car's battery?


A: On average, car batteries last about 3 to 5 years. However, extreme weather conditions and driving habits can affect battery life. If you notice signs of a weak battery, such as slow cranking or dim headlights, it's advisable to have it tested by a professional.

Q: What should I do if my car's check engine light comes on?


A: If your check engine light illuminates, it's important to have it checked by a qualified mechanic. The light can indicate a wide range of issues, from minor problems to more significant engine or emission system faults.

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