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Old 19 Apr 2011, 07:32 am
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Default Smart Tips for Your Diesel Car Maintenance

Nowadays many people prefer to buy diesel engine cars these days because the fuel consumption is quite economical as compared to other engines. But when it comes to diesel car maintenance, people often get daunted though the following smart tips will come handy for your diesel car maintenance.

1. Regularly examine the glow plugs as they play quite an important role in proper functioning of the diesel engine. Actually the glow plugs are used to heat up the cylinder before the engine gets started; therefore they need to be frequently examined particularly in the winters.

2. Regularly checking the gaskets on the diesel engine is quite essential as they execute and operate under terrible and rough conditions. Make a point to check the mounting bolts as well in order to eliminate any leakage or further complications.

3. Pick the right oil filter for your diesel engine, as good filter will expel the corrosive particles from the oil making the engine operate flawlessly.

4. Also before you unscrew any of the mounting bolts, plugs or nuts make sure the engine is properly mounted again.

5. The engine performance can also be maintained if you render ample of time to fluids for cooling down before checking them up.

6. Timely monitoring your car’s diesel engine is good and make sure not to work while the engine is running.

7. The diesel engines have critical cooling system so monitoring it as per schedule is necessary before there is any possibility of damage or wear-outs.

8. Another essential point to remember is that whenever you fill the diesel tank; do add a bottle of diesel treatment in order to prevent impurities. Also make sure frequently change the oil plus oil and oil filters.

Diesel car maintenance is essential for the longevity of your car and its performance. The diesel engines are always very reliable and excellent in terms of performance if they are properly maintained as per schedule.
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Old 21 Apr 2011, 11:53 am
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Default Re: Smart Tips for Your Diesel Car Maintenance

Change Engine Oil Regularly: – The engine oil should be changed strictly as per schedule as the older the engine oil gets the lesser its lubrication power goes. The main reason behind this is the mixing of metal particles and dirt in the oil over a period of time.
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Default Re: Smart Tips for Your Diesel Car Maintenance

I absolutely agree with you!!!
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