5 Causes of Hot Car Engines You Should Know Immediately!
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5 Causes of Hot Car Engines You Should Know Immediately!

Often hear the news about a car suddenly catching fire while driving down the road. Did you know, one of the causes of this is the condition of the car’s engine overheating. The temperature rise of this engine itself is caused by several factors. Come on know now and prevent the danger!


Damage to the radiator

Radiators have a very vital function in managing the temperature of your car engine. If this part has a problem, the cooling system will go awry, causing the car engine to overheat. Generally, the problem that often arises in a radiator is a drain clogged with dirt. The second thing is the occurrence of a leak or tear in the radiator hose. These two things can prevent the coolant from being properly distributed, making the engine hot.
Next, is the lack of fluid in the radiator tank. Usually, the older the car, the more often the water has to be filled. It would be better if you fill it with a special coolant radiator to keep the mineral content at a minimum in the engine. Normally, radiator water changes are carried out every 20 thousand kilometers. Don’t forget to use a liquid that contains anti-rust.

Thermostat Not Working

Thermostat is a temperature measuring device in a car engine that is related to the radiator working system. When the engine temperature is low, the thermostat regulates water to remain in the radiator. Meanwhile, when the car’s engine is hot, this tool will also regulate water … Read More

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Important Things Before Buying Heavy Equipment Spare Parts
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Important Things Before Buying Heavy Equipment Spare Parts

In general, the spare parts in this heavy equipment have similarities with spare parts in motor vehicles in general, such as cars or trucks. Although there are some similarities such as filters, batteries, wipers, pistons, u-belts, but sufficient spare parts for specific heavy equipment such as bucket teeth, rollers, track shoes and motor vehicle spare parts, because there are various brands, of course we are confused in buying spare parts the right and best parts for our machines.

Usually when we buy, we can come to the supplier of heavy equipment or heavy equipment technicians to ask about the specifications of the heavy equipment we need. However, that does not mean it is only the only way for us to buy spare parts. When we buy spare parts without the help of technicians, here are tips on buying spare parts:

• Before buying spare parts, the thing to do is to first check what criteria we need on the spare parts that we will buy. do not underestimate this because spare parts for heavy equipment is not a cheap thing. if the wrong purchase, then it is wasteful because it becomes useless – the money we spend on spare parts that will not be used.

• checking spare parts is the main thing, when we want to replace old spare parts with new spare parts we have to really note the specifications of the old spare parts carefully.

• The thing we need to do next is to compare prices. … Read More

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8 Payment Terms When Buying a New Car
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8 Payment Terms When Buying a New Car

The development of technology and car features that increasingly complement today’s lifestyles, certainly makes you curious and of course, requires you to be smart in making choices. Not just a matter of variance, but you also need to be able to choose a payment program that suits your needs. As a car seller, sales usually categorize various payment methods in specific terms. So that you are not confused, let’s refer to a variety of important terms that must be known before buying a new car.





1. Booking Fee

Booking Fee or sign money is one form of customer seriousness in buying a vehicle. Usually, Booking Fee is only for purchases of vehicles that are still in the pre-order stage with a nominal value of between Rp. 5-10 million. Payment of Booking Fee must also be directed to the showroom either in cash or via bank transfer.

2. Vehicle Order Letter

SPK or commonly referred to as Vehicle Order Letter (SPK) is one of the documents given to the Customer after paying the Booking Fee. This SPK is also a sign of the commencement of the Customer to pay a bill that has been agreed upon. Typically, the SPK contains Customer’ data as well as information about vehicles that are adjusted to BPKP and STNK.

3. Down Payment

After paying the Booking Fee, if the vehicle unit is ready and available the customer will be asked to pay Down Payment (DP) or down payment. DP is one of the initial payment … Read More

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