Tyres play a very important role whenever we are on the road, and I’m sure many of us are aware of that. But replacing worn out tires isn’t the only routine service that should be noted, as maintaining the proper amount of air pressure in them also dictates its performance levels.
There are various types of filters found in our cars, including the petrol filter, cabin air filter, automatic transmission oil filter, engine lubricant filter, and engine air filter. But of all filters mentioned, replacing the engine air filter is probably the easiest without the help of any tools. Here’s how:
FMCKL (also known as Kuala Lumpur and Selangor Car Dealers and Credit Companies Association) has contributed more than RM 10,000 to five different local charities at its Annual General Meeting, held recently at the FMCKL headquarters in Cheras, Kuala Lumpur.
Hunting for a car is not as tough as it sounds; at least not for one lucky winner. Malaysia’s No.1 car site, Carlist.my, recently crowned the winners for its Finders Keepers contest.
To many of us, these large pieces of see-through panels are probably the easiest part of a car to look after. They never require any lubrication, waxing or vacuuming, only for some simple DIY maintenance to get the clearest vision under all conditions. Here are some items and steps that will help you.