3 reasons to monitor the performance of the expansion tank cover Few people know exactly how to make this repair, but if there is an accident, the cover can save your life. So what is the need for cover repair? Why do you need a cover? It is possible to safely drive a car without a cover, if the car is up to 2009 in., then the car's fuel consumption will increase significantly. The chances of a serious accident also increase if the car remains in operation after the warranty expires. In order to avoid an accident, you need to monitor the service and condition of the cover. What is the danger faulty cover The presence of a protective cover allows you to more safely and securely transport fuel during fueling and while standing in the car. The tank's weight can support up to 2 tons, and up to 5 tons. with the help of a safety belt. The appearance of cracks and scuff marks on the body surface If the tank is full, then the chances of such an accident are increased if the tank door is closed. Try to open it with a key or a combination lock in the hope that the door will support itself. However, the door should not be tight – the body can support only a minimum of load , and it will quickly break. If you tighten the lid too tightly, the door will soon break. If you pour oil without making a funnel , the door will soon break. If you pour oil into the container , the door will soon break. If you pour oil into the container , there is a risk of spilling lubricant on the hinge of the fuel injection system (it is not clear to pour). This is especially relevant for cars that have a large mileage. For such cars, you should not pour or injectors, as well as you pour oil in the wrong container . For a small car, it is better to pour oil in a plastic canister, and send it to the store for sale. Customers buying auto parts need to be sure that the item they are buying is actually what it is advertised. I hope that my advice will help you make your operations more efficient and safe. , and also SHARE with your friends on the social network! Have you had any such cases – tell us about it.