1. Engine Coolant
Ensure your vehicle is on level ground, switched off and cold. Locate the coolant reservoir under the bonnet and check that the level of coolant is between the minimum and maximum indicator lines. If it's low, you can top it up as specified in the Owner's Manual.
Visually inspect the battery in the engine bay. Look for any leaks or battery acid build up around the terminal clamps. Check the battery is firmly mounted and the bracket is securely holding the battery in place. Refer to your Owner's Manual for additional information.
3. Engine Bay
When the engine is turned off and cold, take a close look at the engine bay for any visible leaks, wetness from oil, coolant or water. Make sure hoses are secure and tight with no obvious leaks and check all reservoir caps are secure and tightly fitted. Clear the engine bay of any leaves, dirt or debris, especially below the wiper blade panel. A build-up of dirt can block and deteriorate your cabin filter, causing issues with your air conditioning.
Seatbelts are an important safety feature so it's important you check them regularly to make sure they are working properly. Check each seatbelt for any visible signs of damage and clean the buckle of any residue. Make sure they are free from twists so they sit firm and flat and properly retract when released. If you have any concerns, contact your local LDV Service Centre.
With these regular maintenance practices, we are confident that our proud LDV owners should be able to maintain their LDVs in the condition it deserves.
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