Car Maintenance Yankton SD

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Graham Tire Of Yankton
(605) 665-4406
103 W 4th St
Yankton, SD
Services
Auto Service & Repair, Brakes Service & Repair, Tires Retail, Cars Service & Repair, Wheels & Tires Service & Repair
Products
Auto, Truck, Farm

Yankton Transmission Specialists
(605) 665-1175
2916 E Highway 50
Yankton, SD
Services
Automotive Transmission

Midwest Radiator Reconditioning
(605) 665-2410
1211 E Highway 50
Yankton, SD
Services
Radiator Repair

Sturdevants Auto Parts
(605) 665-3693
1509 E Highway 50
Yankton, SD
Services
Clutch Repair

Glass Cutter
(605) 665-2485
217 E 3rd Street
Yankton, SD
Services
Auto Glass Repair

Cox Auto Supply
(605) 665-4494
1007 Broadway Avenue
Yankton, SD
Services
AC and Heating Repair

Dakota Clean
(605) 665-6507
3206 E Sd Highway 50
Yankton, SD
Services
Truck Detailing

Jay OS Complete Car Care
(605) 260-5290
1906 Broadway Avenue, # 1
Yankton, SD
Services
Auto Parts,Oil Change and Lube,AC and Heating Repair,Auto Repair,Truck Repair

Ferdigs Transmission
(605) 665-4629
Yankton, SD
 
Barkl Farm Service and Trailers
(605) 665-2204
43422 Sd Highway 50
Yankton, SD
Services
Trailer Repair

Maintaining a Used Car

By Joanne Brickman   

Many used cars available today give new meaning to the old used-car come-on, "Like New." A lot of them really are like new, thanks to the large quantity of high quality cars being returned to dealerships at the end of their lease terms. Whether you buy almost-new or truly-used, it is important to take good care of the vehicle. Once it's yours, the key word is maintenance.

Doing Maintenance

Simply put, maintenance is keeping your car working well and looking good. There are basically two maintenance theories: do-it-yourself and let-someone-else-do-it. Most do-it-yourselfers have a fundamental knowledge of how an automobile works and how to keep it working. They can, and most prefer, to do routine maintenance like changing the oil or replacing spark plugs. They have an intimate relationship with WD-40 and seem to enjoy getting grease on their new sweat suits.

Used cars, as you might suspect, require more attention than new cars. Even those in the let-someone-else-do-it camp who have bought used cars have a number of tasks they must do regularly to keep that vehicle in good condition.

Do-It-Yourself Tasks

Even the person who has trouble finding the car's gas tank can do some simple, but essential, maintenance checks.

Tires

Belinda, who has trouble keeping track of which guy she's dating at the moment, is a stickler for keeping tabs on anything that could go wrong on her old Honda Civic. Every time she puts gas in the car, for example, she whips out her tire tester and promptly checks the air pressure in all four tires. Belinda bought this tire tester at a parts supply store and carries it everywhere with her. She's afraid the one at the gas station won't be accurate, or there may not be one there at all. This simple tire check ensures Belinda of the best possible steering and handling, equal wear on the tires, and good fuel consumption. Since she usually puts gas in her car first thing in the morning at a station close to where she lives, she checks her tire pressure at the most opportune time. After the car has been driven for awhile, the tires heat up and the air expands so the reading isn't accurate. Because outside temperatures affect tire pressure, it is important that this simple maintenance check be done regularly. Be sure to take a minute or two at least once a month to do a tire check. The recommended pressure for your car's tires is in the vehicle's owner's manual. No manual? Look on the tire's sidewall. You might also find the information in the glove compartment or on the driver's door.

Even if your tires are warranted under a protection plan such as that offered by Volvo Certified Pre-Owned Car Program , it is necessary to perform regular maintenance to keep the tires functioning properly and to ensure the validity of the warranty.

Windshield Wipers

Another important maintenance check do-it-yourselfers will find easy is keeping an eye on the windshield wipers. Th...

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Lemon Laws

Code:
32-6D-1, et seq.

Title Of Act:
Not specified

Definition Of Defects:
Nonconformity to any express warranty which significantly impairs the use, value, or safety of vehicle

Remedies:
Consumer's option: replace with comparable vehicle or accept return and refund full contract price including all incidental charges and fees

Time Limit for Manufacturer Repair:
Reported within lemon law rights pd.-one year after date of original delivery of vehicle or first 12,000 miles whichever occurs earlier; however, obligation to repair does not extend beyond period of two years following delivery or 24,000 miles whichever

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