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CHECK YOUR BELTS
At the front of your engine there will be a series of rubber drive belts that loop around various pulleys, driving everything from the alternator to the a/c compressor. Rubber perishes, more so in extreme conditions like those found in an operating engine bay. Get your timing belt and accessory drive belt checked every 25,000 miles, preferably replacing it every 50,000 miles.

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DISCONNECTING AND RECONNECTING YOUR BATTERY
If you're going to do any work on your car involving the electrical system, disconnect the battery first. To do this, loosen the connector for the negative/ground terminal first, and wiggle the terminal cap off. Use a wire-tie or similar to tie the cable back out of the way. If you need to take the battery out, you can now take off the positive connector.

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KEEPING YOUR PAINT FINISH IN GOOD CONDITION
Only choose superior car detailing supplies to keep your car's interior and exterior like new. There are plenty of decent quality waxes and polishes on the market today and if the last time you waxed or polished your car was over a decade ago, things have changed considerably since then. The wax and polish compounds are far more sophisticated both in terms of protection from fading, the look of the finish, and the ease of application.

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Ayolola Motors Limited became incorporated on 17th October 2000. Prior to this time, it was known as Ayolola Mechanical Engineering Works.It is well equipped with Ultra Modern Equipment and highly skilled staff that can be compared with world class auto-engineers.

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