FAQs—Mercedes Benz S63 AMG
What would be a good tip for battery maintenance? What's a great way to maintain the good electrical connection of the car battery?
You have to clean the battery posts. For this, you'll need wrenches, a wire brush, rags, and a corrosion removal fluid. The white residue on the posts should be removed. For cleaning the posts, you may use a special solution that you can get from an auto parts store, although others make their own leaning solution using a baking soda paste. With a wire brush, remove dirt, residue, and any trace of corrosion. Once the residue is all removed, the fluid or paste should be rinsed using water. Using some rags, wipe the posts dry. Be careful in cleaning the battery posts. The car battery contains strong acid.
Is it a fact or a myth? Should engine oil be changed every 3,000 miles?
This is considered a standard by some car owners, especially those with older vehicles. With today's modern cars and systems, however, the 3,000-mile benchmark is no longer the requirement. Oil changes may be done every 7,500 miles or so, depending on the prescribed schedule by the manufacturer. The oil change schedule may vary based on the car model and type of motor oil used, among other things. More frequent oil changes should be performed on high-mileage vehicles. If the vehicle tows a trailer or is driven through dusty or mountainous roads or on a stop-and-go traffic, you may want to check and change the engine oil more often.
How do you replace the air filter of the Mercedes Benz S63 AMG? What's the easy way to do it?
Usually, the air filter is replaced every 12 months or 12,000 miles or as recommended by the manufacturer. Replacing it is fairly easy. With your vehicle manual, you can easily locate the air filter of the vehicle. Before you install a new one, take note how the filter is placed inside as you open the casing, Remove the old filter and just slap in the new one. Finally, seal the filter with the metal clips.
How do you change the motor oil and filter of the vehicle?
Check your vehicle manual for the oil change schedule. Stick to this schedule to make sure that your engine oil can keep the engine lubricated properly. Before you start, see to it that the engine is already cool. Jack up the vehicle and then find the oil pan. Unscrew the drain plug in order to drain the old oil into the pan. Put back the drain plug after the oil drain. You'll need a wrench to remove the old oil filter. With a compatible air filter, you wouldn't have to worry about the product fit. You won't have to make any alteration or adjustment. The gasket should then be lubricated with new oil. Screw in the filter and tighten it properly. Pour in new oil into the engine through a funnel. As you do this, you have to keep an eye on the oil level.