Car Maintenance Tips: Here are 8 preventative vehicle maintenance tips to help prevent costly repairs! Watch more Quick Tips:

00:06 #1: Batteries Last 3 Years
01:00 #2: Keep Your Fuel Above ¼ Tank
01:46 #3: Car History For Trans Flush
02:34 #4: No Cruise Control In Bad Weather
03:04 #5: Spare Tire Never Does The Work
04:30 #6: Leave Frozen Sludge Alone
05:17 #7: Never Cold Water In Hot Engine
05:42 #8: Car Battery Boost Tips

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  1. Latin Lover

    Only an idiot lets his battery die. I don't own jumper cables. I never had a battery die on me, why? Cause I keep tabs on it. I buy quality batteries and replace them way before they die. If someone has a dead battery and they need help, they better have cables cause I don't. In the end, is all their fault, dead battery, blowout tire, is all their fault for not caring.

  2. DIEhardHD

    Over rated mechanic get off the stage D Balls Garage

  3. mark jackson

    What.?? So don't change transmission fluid
    ..????

  4. Upshift Z71

    Despite pulling 15k (with bags in the back) constantly.

  5. useless ghost

    I have a question I have a 1996 chevy pickup worktruck what batteries do you recommend I have a 8 year duralast battery and the truck struggles to start

  6. vaajchang

    Your explanation for tyranny flush doesn't justify why one shouldn't do one.

  7. Praneet Singh

    Really helpful info! Thanks

  8. FutureRN_Corey _

    My owners manual says change the transmission and transfer case fluid for severe use at 60k im sneaking up on that and do not know the vehicles history cause I just bought should I change it just to be safe

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