Monday, June 29, 2020

Tire leaks occur frequently during the rainy season

Your car will appear in heavy rain, such as the engine suddenly stalling, the brakes are out of control, etc., most of which are tire leaks. Experts remind that it is rainy in summer and citizens should drive carefully in the rain. In addition, don't forget to do maintenance for your car after the rain.

"When the rainy season arrives, there are many cases of broken tires and leaking air. This morning, there are several vehicles to repair the tires." An auto repair shop shop on the second ring road south advocated that Xiaodong told reporters that due to the slippery road in rainy days, the road surface will not be formed. There are few puddles, and when the car passes quickly, it is likely to hurt the tires.

Remind motorists to avoid foreign objects when driving on rainy days. When encountering puddles, the speed should not be too fast. When you feel the steering wheel is getting heavier or the body leans, it is likely that the tire is flat. The owner should find a repair shop nearby. Zhang Xiaodong also listed a list of car maintenance for rainy days.

1. Clean in time. Some car owners think that there is no need to wash the car on rainy days. In fact, the car should be cleaned in time of heavy rain. Otherwise, sludge may accumulate in the gaps between the front and rear of the tires, and the moisture will also be hidden. The car body will also be corroded. In order to prevent the acidic substances in the rainwater from damaging the car body, the simplest and most effective method is that the owner can prepare a dry cloth to wipe the car body briefly, and then go to the repair shop or 4S shop for the car after the weather clears. All-round waxing and one-time polishing glaze.

2. Raincoats are more likely to be injured. In addition, many car owners are accustomed to putting on clothes to the vehicle. Although it can prevent the surface of the vehicle from being damaged, in case of windy and rainy weather, the clothes will repeatedly hit the paint, especially when the wind and sand blow into the clothes. Countless small scratches will be drawn on the body, and the paint surface will become darker after a long time.

3. Scratch should be repaired immediately. In addition, if there are scratches on the surface of the car, the protective layer of paint peels off, and rust is born in wet weather. Therefore, if there is peeling paint or deep scratches on the body, it should be repaired immediately, and the door and the drainage holes at the bottom of the body should be regularly checked and cleaned.

4. Self-check whether the brake fluid is damp. The wet weather during the rainy season will cause a lot of water to accumulate on the brake fluid cup and enter the brake fluid. If moisture enters the brake fluid, the high temperature generated by the vehicle during the braking process will evaporate a lot of water vapor, and the compressibility of the gas will cause the brake to fail or even fail.

Owners can confirm whether there are problems with the brake system through three conditions: the brake needs to be pressed deeply, the noise is heard when the brake is stepped on, and the braking distance is longer than before. If one of these three conditions occurs, the vehicle will be repaired The factory checked.

5. The headlights are foggy and become a hidden danger. On rainy days, the car's headlights are prone to water ingress, the brightness is affected, the direction of the car's illumination changes, and the headlights may be damaged, causing potential safety hazards. If there is water mist in the headlights, you can turn on the headlights. After 10 minutes of driving, whether the water mist in the car lights began to disappear, and whether it can completely disappear after one hour; if there is still water mist, it must be treated at a professional after-sales service station.

6. Check the circuit. The car after raining may affect the performance of some parts of the car due to multiple irrigations, which may cause the car to not start normally. The circuit is likely to cause a short circuit when it encounters water. If the engine is stopped while traveling, it can't be ignited and started again, otherwise it is very easy to cause the engine to be scrapped. If there is wading, the circuit equipment should be treated in time after passing. You can use non-fiber tissues and textiles to dry the circuit one by one, and then start.

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