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Dec 07 2021

How to Overcome a Strike of an Automatic Car in the Middle of the Road

 

Automatic cars are one of the dream vehicles for many people. Congested road conditions are the reason some people start switching to automatic cars. Of course, having it means requiring regular maintenance. If not, the car owner will have problems, one of which is your automatic car breaking down. The causes are various, one of which is the condition of the car battery that has been soaked. Indeed, this car battery becomes very vital in automatic cars. Whatever the reason, you have to find out the exact reason so it can be fixed. If left unchecked, of course this condition will be a problem in the future. In order not to cause a bigger problem, it's a good idea to know the possible causes of an automatic car breaking down in the middle of the road. The following are the main causes of your automatic car breaking down and must be treated:

Soak Car Battery:

One of the most common causes of automatic cars not being able to start is because they run out of fuel. If you see the fuel indicator on on the dashboard , it definitely needs to be refilled. Try checking the condition of the battery if the car wo n't start. A worn out car battery due to use could be the reason. If the vehicle is more than 10 years old, it is very possible that the performance of the battery will weaken and cause damage. The solution is to replace the battery with a new one.

Clogged Fuel Filter:

Automatic car won't start even though it's full of fuel? The problem lies in a faulty fuel filter. You should know, this filter is a filter component that separates water and dirt from the fuel. If damaged, both water and fuel impurities will be carried into the car engine so that it becomes clogged. As a result, the fuel cannot reach the engine so the car cannot be started. To avoid this, you can change the fuel filter when the car has reached about 24,000 km.

Broken Spark Plug:

In addition to the battery, spark plugs can also be one of the causes of an automatic car not starting. In order to be lit, the vehicle needs sparks from the spark plug to turn on the starter. If the spark plug is damaged, or just dirty, clogged and rusted, the sparking process to start the car engine will not run. Therefore, try to check the condition of the spark plugs periodically. To deal with this condition, you can open the hood, then remove the spark plug. Clean the components on the stained area using a clean cloth. If it turns out that after cleaning the car still won't start, then you can replace the spark plugs with new ones.

Troubled Starter Dynamo:

In addition to spark plugs, the starter dynamo is also another car component that is responsible for starting the engine. Signs of a starter dynamo having problems are the appearance of a rough engine sound, but the car will not start. If this is the case, there is no other way to fix it except by going to the workshop and checking. If it turns out that only needs repair, then the starter dynamo will be repaired. However, if not, it must be replaced with a new one.

Flow of Electricity to Troubled Machine:

This part could also be the reason the automatic car cannot be started if there is a disturbance that prevents the electricity from connecting to the engine. The first solution in this condition is to check to make sure the electricity can reach the car engine. If the electrical system is still there, then you can connect it directly without going through an intermediary ignition. However, if you are in doubt, it is better to contact the nearest repair shop. The problem with automatic cars that can't be started, of course, makes the vehicle unable to run. Logically, you certainly won't be able to take it to a repair shop for repairs. But don't worry, you can prevent your automatic car from breaking down in the middle of the road.

 




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