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What Can I Do to Protect My Pre-Owned Vehicle’s Engine?

4 Tips for Protecting Your Used Vehicle’s Engine

We could argue about what the most important part of your car is for days and days. You brakes, battery, suspension, steering wheel – all of it plays a role in keeping you on the road and none could work without everything else. But we think many would agree that your engine is one of – if not the – most important parts of your used car, truck or SUV from Auto Simple in Chattanooga, TN. That’s why you need to do everything in your power to keep your engine happy and healthy. Luckily for you, our experts here at Auto Simple have provided this list of four tips for protecting your used vehicle’s engine. Follow these simple suggestions and you’ll never have to worry about your engine.

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Four Easy Ways to Ensure a Long-Lasting Engine in Your Pre-Owned Car, Truck or SUVchanging coolant

One of the easiest and most important things you need to do to ensure your engine lasts for as long as you need it to is changing your oil. We’ve outlined the reasons regularly changing your oil is important already in our blog, but as a reminder, regular oil changes are essential to keeping your used vehicle’s engine in tip-top shape. Another easy way to protect your pre-owned vehicle’s engine is regularly changing your car’s air filter. This may seem like one of those automotive maintenance tasks that doesn’t really do anything other than cost you money, but it’s imperative to keeping your engine clean and running smoothly. Another easy way to keep your engine clean is by regularly changing your engine’s fuel filter. Much like the air filter, the fuel filter works to keep debris and dirt out of your engine. In addition to keeping your engine clean, you also need to make sure it stays cool. You can easily do that by making sure you always have enough radiator fluid in your cooling system.

Please contact our staff here at Auto Simple in Chattanooga, TN, if you have any questions at all.