Thursday, June 5, 2014
"Cleaning. The contact terminals are prone to corrosion. Prevent this by cleaning the terminals using either a wire brush, a special circular battery brush, or even an old toothbrush soaked in baking soda. After cleaning and reassembling, prevent further corrosion by applying dielectric grease to the post and cable ends. Maximize your RV’s battery life further (not to mention its overall performance) by having it checked by a reliable provider of Folsom or Roseville RV services like Prairie City RV Center. Your vehicle is a significant investment, so it’s wise to keep it and its components in tip-top shape."
Tuesday, June 3, 2014
"You should also see to it that the dirt and dust that’s collected within your RV’s mechanical parts are cleaned off before they can become a problem during your trip. Prevent corrosion and too much friction by keeping the vehicle’s joints and axels well-greased and lubricated. Basically, every moving part in your vehicle will need greasing. Never neglect the importance of getting RV or trailer repair from Sacramento professionals before going on any road trip. The condition of your vehicle will have a significant effect on how much or how little you will enjoy your trip."