One Maintenance Guide Holden Commodore
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No matter what model of the Holden Commodore you own, each of them performs efficiently if it is serviced regularly.
5 checks every week to keep your Holden Commodore good as new
- First off, park your Holden Commodore on a level ground.
- Your Holden Commodore’s engine must be warm, give it a few minutes so that the oil is settled.
- Pull the dipstick out and clean it with a cloth.
- Insert it again and after around 4-5 seconds, take it out.
- Make sure the oil is within those two circular marks on the dipstick. If not, refill the engine’s oil.
Checking the Engine Oil Level
- Make sure your Commodore’s tires are cold.
- Remove the valve cover from the tire.
- To check the pressure, put the tire gauge on the valve stem.
- Make sure that the pressure matches the one mentioned on the placard found inside the car’s door.
- Repeat the same procedure for the tires.
Checking the Air Conditioning
- You just have to turn on the AC for a couple of minutes every week, especially in the winter season.
- For hay fever issues, you can ask your dealer if your vehicle can get a pollen filter in its system.
Checking the Brake Fluid
- First off, check the brake fluid level through the tank without taking the cover off.
- The fluid level must be in between the minimum and maximum lines.
- If there is a dropping in the fluid level, go to your Holden dealer ASAP to get it fixed.
Checking the Engine Coolant
- Refer to the instructional guide of your vehicle to locate the coolant tank.
- DO NOT open this tank if the engine is hot.
- Always, check the coolant level before starting the engine. When it’s cold.
- Make sure you use a Holden Commodore suggested coolant with clean water.
- The ratio of the mixture can be found in the instructional guide of your Holden Commodore model.