With an automatic transmission vehicle, maximum comfort is ensured But the drivers must avoid the following practices to ensure their safety and safety of the vehicles. Things to avoid while driving automatic transmission vehicles
Don't shift gear while still moving: don't shift from drive to park while the vehicle is still moving. This action could break and distort the locking pin. use brake to stop the vehicle completely before shifting to park. Parking position is to prevent the vehicle from rolling off.Don't put the gear to neutral while coasting: this will stop the oil circulation in the transmission, causing wear and tear of gear teeth. Negligible fuel save cannot buy or repair the damages done to transmission. Don't shift to neutral at red light: let the gear be in drive and apply brake. This is to ensure continuous oil supply to the transmission while for greenlight in trafficDon't zoom off immediately: make the engine warn and oil circulation complete befo…
Tips on What To Do When Your Engine Overheats
We hunted down car cooling system designers to find out what happens when cars overheat (it's not pretty) and what you can do to help prevent a breakdown
Most cars are equipped with warning lights and a pressure relief valve, so if your engine starts to overheat, you'll probably get advance warning before it damages the engine. But don't keep driving. Important steps to follow when the warning light flashes are:
1. Pull over.
2. Turn off your engine.
3. Call for help.
Be a smart car fault finder. What you need is your
SMARTPHONEA BLUETOOTH CONNECTIONOBDII SCANNER Even a child of 8 years can follow an easy to use guide. Get your own from Amazon store Now
That's it — stop there. Don't even think about touching the radiator cap while you're waiting for a tow truck. The cooling system is highly pressurized. Just loosening the cap a little can set off a geyser of hot coolant.
How to Reset a Check Engine Light
Check engine lights go on when there is a problem in the engine or the emissions control system. You should always have the codes generated by your car's computer scanned and read so you can determine the cause. You can reset the light once you have fixed the problem. This article will tell you how to reset the check engine light in your vehicle. Method One of Two: Use a Code Scanner
1 Connect the scanner to the on-board diagnostic connector (OBD-II) under your steering column. Turn your ignition switch to "On." Turn off all accessories.