Thursday 27 May 2010

Manchester Car Dealers

Grange garage are a Manchester car dealers that specialise in the sale of low mileage, one owner used cars and low mileage,one owner used wheelchair accessible vehicles.

We offer all the usual dealer facilities such as finance, warranty and part exchange.
We also have our own workshop facilities here at the garage and can take care of all aspects of servicing and repairs and Mot's.

Here are a few things it is important to check on you used car during the summer months to keep it running safely and reliably:

Coolant/anti freeze
The antifreeze in your used cars cooling system is not just to stop it freezing in the winter it also acts as a coolant to keep you engine running at the correct temperature during the summer.The level should be checked around once every two weeks and the strength checked around twice a year (winter and summer).

Your tyres will possibly have worn more over the winter and should be checked for any wear or cracks.If you check the tyre pressures around once every two weeks you can visually inspect them for any wear at the same time.

Engine oil
Your used car wont use any more or less oil during the winter or summer but it is very important to check your oil level once every two weeks to keep your engine lubricated and running smoothly.

Air conditioning
If your used car has air conditioning it is a good idea to have it serviced or checked that it is working correctly and operating at the correct temperature.As it wont have been used over the winter much you can get a build up of bacteria in the system which can result in health issues,so again it may need to be treated with an antibacterial spray to avoid or remedy this issue.Also your used car will be fitted with a pollen filter which will need to be replace approx once a year.

As members of the trading standards fair play charter we feel it is very important to provide all our customers with a quality after sales service and will be happy to check all of the above things for you free of charge.

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