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July 24, 2024

Virgen Reinbolt

Advanced Automotive Control

Keep Your Car Running Great: How to Maintain Your Car’s Engine

Introduction

Cars can be a lot of fun to drive, but maintaining them is the key to keeping them running great. If you take care of your car regularly, it will last longer and run better. The engine is what makes a car go, so it makes sense that it’s one of the most important parts. Here are some tips for making sure your engine gets all the maintenance it needs:

What is a car’s engine?

The engine is the most important part of your car, as it’s what makes your vehicle move. It converts fuel into energy, which then turns your wheels.

The engine is also responsible for converting heat into mechanical work: when you push down on the gas pedal and rev your engine, you’re creating power by burning gasoline inside a cylinder (or more than one). That combustion creates heat–and that’s where things get interesting! When we talk about “upgrading” an engine or adding horsepower to our cars (which means making them faster), we’re actually talking about increasing how much thermal energy it can produce per unit time–in other words, making sure there’s enough room inside those cylinders for all that hot air to expand before getting expelled through exhaust pipes attached directly behind each individual piston head at high speed!

Why is it important to maintain your car’s engine?

The engine is the heart of your car. It’s what makes it go, and without it, you’d be stuck at home or stranded on the side of the road. If your engine isn’t maintained properly, it can cause a lot of problems:

  • Your car will run roughly or not at all. This can lead to expensive repairs that may not even solve your problem in the long run because they don’t address root causes (like poor maintenance).
  • You might get fined by police officers who say they saw smoke coming out from under your hood (and who knew there was a law against that?).
  • You could end up stranded far away from home with no way back–but don’t worry because we’ll show you how to prevent this!

When should I get my car’s engine maintained?

  • Every 3,000 miles. You should get your car’s engine maintained every 3,000 miles or so.
  • Every 6 months. Or every time you take your car in for an oil change, which should be about every 6 months (or whenever the manufacturer says it’s due).
  • Annually. This is recommended by many manufacturers as a good rule of thumb for when to have maintenance done on your vehicle’s engine and other parts of the drivetrain system like transmission and differential fluid changes.* When there are leaks in any part of these systems that require fixing or replacing, such as seals leaking coolant into cylinders causing overheating problems.* When something doesn’t seem right with how well it runs–like rough idling or chugging when accelerating from a stoplight–and you can’t figure out what might be wrong with it yourself

How often should I get my car’s engine maintained?

How often should you get your car’s engine maintained? That depends on how often you drive. If you drive less than 10,000 miles per year, then we recommend having the engine serviced every 3 years. If you drive more than 10,000 miles per year, then we recommend having it serviced every 2 years.

Not sure what your average mileage is? Check out this handy tool from Edmunds: http://www.edmunds.com/car-care/engine-maintenance-costs/what-is-my-average-mileage

What kind of things should I know about oil changes and changing the filter?

Changing your car’s engine oil and filter is one of the most important maintenance tasks you can do to keep your car running smoothly. It’s recommended that you change it every 3,000 miles or so (or every six months), but if you drive under particularly harsh conditions–like a lot of stop-and-go traffic or long trips with lots of idling–you may want to make sure you get it done more often than that.

Changing the oil filter is pretty straightforward: just unscrew it from its place on top of your engine block, then unscrew and remove any old O-rings before replacing them with new ones (there should be two). Then just put in a new filter cartridge into place and tighten everything back up again! If you don’t have any tools handy at home for doing these jobs yourself, there are plenty available from Amazon Prime Now or other local hardware stores (just be sure not to forget anything else!).

How do I change my oil and filter in an oil filter-equipped car?

When you change your oil and filter in an oil filter-equipped car, you’ll need to remove the drain plug and let the old oil drain out. Then replace it with a new one, put in a new filter and check that all is well before topping up with fresh motor oil. Make sure there are no leaks after reattaching your dipstick!

What kind of things should I know about spark plugs?

Spark plugs are an important part of your engine. They are used to ignite the fuel in your car’s engine, and when they fail, it can cause a misfire. A misfire can cause all kinds of problems for your engine and lead to expensive repairs that you don’t need right now.

If you want to keep your car running great and avoid spending money on repairs down the road, then make sure you change out spark plugs regularly (every 30k miles or so).

How do you change a spark plug in a spark plug-equipped car?

  • Check the owner’s manual for instructions.
  • Remove the old spark plug by turning it counterclockwise with a wrench or socket wrench. You may need to apply penetrating oil to ensure that you don’t strip out your threads when removing the spark plug.
  • Install a new spark plug into its respective hole, tightening it with a wrench until snug (but not overly tight). Make sure that you don’t cross-thread or bend any wires when installing them!
  • Reconnect all of your wiring harnesses as they were before disassembly–this includes making sure that each wire is securely fastened at both ends and has no loose strands dangling around inside your engine compartment. If there are any visible cracks in any rubber hoses, replace them immediately; they can start leaking under pressure over time!
  • Check for any leaks coming from where you just worked on things–if there are any visible drips coming from anywhere near where oil might have gotten onto other parts during removal/installation procedures above then wipe them up immediately so no damage occurs later down line when these parts become exposed again due to normal wear & tear over time due…

Maintaining your vehicle regularly will help keep it running great and last a long time.

Regular maintenance is the best way to keep your vehicle running great and last a long time. The following are some helpful tips for maintaining your car’s engine:

  • Regularly check the oil level, as well as other fluids such as antifreeze and brake fluid. If you see any signs of leakage, contact a mechanic immediately because it could be an indication that something serious is going on with your car’s engine.
  • Have regular tune-ups performed by professionals at least once every year or two (or three if you don’t drive much). These services include cleaning out the air filter, changing spark plugs, inspecting belts and hoses for damage/wear/tear etc., checking coolant levels etc., so that everything stays in good working order!

Conclusion

Maintaining your vehicle regularly will help keep it running great and last a long time.