Most drivers know about checking engine oil, but there are several different fluids your engine needs to keep running smoothly. Here are some car fluids you should check regularly to maintain your car’s health and functionality.
Transmission fluid is one of the most important fluids in your car, as it lets the gears run smoothly. While when checking your engine oil the car should be cold, transmission fluid is best checked when the car is running. When you check transmission fluid, your concern is the quality, not the quantity. If transmission fluid is low, there is a problem with your car. If it’s dirty, it needs replaced, but this shouldn’t be necessary more than every 50-100 thousand miles.
Coolant is another important fluid to replace, as it keeps your car from overheating. This is easy to check, as you can just glance at the fill line in the clear tank. Check your brake fluid when you do an oil change. If it’s brown instead of golden, it needs replaced. You should also keep your power steering fluid levels high, but you’ll most likely never need to replace it.
The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro is the latest model of one of the most iconic muscle cars in America, so the news of Chevrolet announcing the new Chevy Camaro price and visualizer technology is exciting for auto enthusiasts. The 2016 Camaro will start at the very affordable price of $26,695, while the super-powered Camaro SS will started at $37,295.
Besides detailed pricing information for the various trim levels the Camaro is offered in, Chevy also released a visualizer to let Camaro buyers add and subtract features to a virtual model of the Camaro, giving them the chance to see which features they would like to add to their vehicle, as well as interior and exterior colors, stripes, and wheels.
The sixth generation Camaro includes several new features such as Chevrolet MyLink with Apple CarPlay, which enables drivers to connect their Apple device through their dashboard touchscreen and access all their apps, as well as 4G LTE connectivity with built-in Wi-Fi hotspot.