Nine tips for using cars
1.How to eliminate the vibration and noise of wiper blade: Use pliers to reduce the gap between joints and rubber sheets.
2.How to prolong the service life of light bulbs: after buying a car or replacing a new light bulb, wipe the light bulb with alcohol once to eliminate fingerprints and oil stains.
3.How to reduce tire noise: a layer of black felt or flannel can be glued to the inner protective plate of the front wheel.
4.How to prolong the service life of mufflers: Put a small hole in the lowest point below the muffler. The reason is simple: Drainage anticorrosion.
5.How to Start Quickly: In the case of no-load or less load, start with second gear directly (There is no need to worry about the damage to the vehicle, because the first gear and clutch are designed under heavy load conditions, and most cars do not shift smoothly in the first gear to the second gear). After rushing to 3000 rpm, quickly push into the third gear, then rush to over 3000 rpm. At this time, the general car will lag behind you, easy to switch to the fourth and fifth gear, or directly to the fifth gear.
6.How to improve the air circulation and defrosting effect in the car: Replace the dust filter element (in the engine bin) with a sponge of the same size. It not only increases the air intake, but also can be disassembled, washed and reused. In winter, the car defrosting is very fast, so long-distance running does not need to turn on the fan, and it saves fuel.
7.What happens when you feel that the brakes are not as good as they used to be: When waiting for the red light, the effect can be achieved by vigorously stepping on the brakes with a few feet.
8.How to Prevent Vehicle Deviation Simply: Increase the front wheel pressure in the deviation direction or lower the tire pressure in the other direction. Adjust the front bundle within the prescribed scope.
9.How to prevent the storage of water in the outside rearview mirror: Put a small hole in the bottom of the rearview mirror(It's okay to be a little big).
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