When an underground river surfaces in a dry region devoid of water sources on the surface it is a very welcome thing. It is then that one realizes that looks can be deceptive and there are hidden resources which can be tapped. And just as all the rain water does not become visible to us as ponds, lakes and rivers, all the power generated by your car’s engine also does not show up to propel the car forward. Some of it is hidden and needs to be tapped otherwise it ends up doing a wasteful task.
There are two types of warranties that are available for new vehicles. One warranty is the bumper to bumper warranty. In this all the major parts of the car are covered, except things like the brakes, tires, and batteries etc. which are covered by the manufacturers themselves. It covers repair and replacement of original factory equipment.
Always be aware of where you park your van, look for a well lit parking space, ideally in a busy area. Criminals will look for an easy target, if you park in a busy well lit area you may have less chance of becoming a victim.
The next step is to find the recycle catalytic converters s on the exhaust system. This is an oval shape part of the system and it swells out. Depending on the year, it would have had some louvers or vents. Using a reciprocating saw with metal blades, cut your catalytic converter recycling from the exhaust. Make sure that it is a perfect cut that will produce a straight line.
Vans may also be targeted for fuel theft due to the size of their fuel tank and criminals knowing they are unlikely to be used outside of ‘working hours’.
Change engine oil and air filters. The oil and air filters prevent dirt and harmful particles from damaging the engine and they should be changed at twice a year or every 5,000 miles.
Take your time on the inspection. Take note of your first impression? If the car gives a bad first impression, you may have a hard time reselling it. If it doesn’t look good to you it most likely won’t look good to other buyers either.
There are a number of parts in the car system that may get severely damaged. Petrol when mistaken for diesel may disturb the lubrication procedure of your car along with the high-pressure pump. Diesel in your petrol car, on the other hand, can harm the oxygen sensors, catalytic converter, and damage your coil springs, ecu’s, etc. There are various road side service providers that help people on roads with such situation. So whenever you find yourself stuck in any such situation despite of trying to sort out situation by yourself, better consult your nearest service provider, your mechanic, or your service center.