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Tips For Maintaining Your UTE

A modern vehicle is an expensive investment which for us Australians is not a luxury but a necessity. To get the most out of your ute, it's important to take care of it and keep it in the best possible condition. This is not only for your safety, but also for value retention. 

Modern vehicles are very complex and many aspects of the overall service are best left to a professional mechanic, but there are some maintenance steps you can take on your own to ensure your safety and driving pleasure, avoid unnecessary accidents and increase the value of your vehicle. 

You can also get the more knowledge about UTE also from Wrapped With Exhaust. 

These simple and hassle-free maintenance steps should be done regularly between major treatments and before long trips. But the first thing you need to do when picking up a vehicle is to read the owner's manual, which has diagrams and instructions for your specific Ute model.

The first thing you need to do is find a dipstick, there is only one in handheld vehicles, but cars also have one for transmission oil, so check what engine oil is there before refilling. (Should be written above). 

These are usually colored plastic buttons that are circular or have rounded ends that your finger can poke through for easier pulling.

Use a clean cloth or paper towel to wipe the edges so you can inspect them and see where the lines are solid and empty.

Insert the rod back into the motor and pull it out again. The rod goes into the crankcase and tells you how much oil there is. Then you can read how much oil there is. The ideal oil level is at the full mark.