Master mechanic are guaranteed for 3 months.
18 to 36 months depending on your speciality.
Replace it in a minimum of 3 months..
9 months to 2 years
When they are about 9 months.
You will need to replace this filter every 4 months.
you need at least six months of hands on traning!
it shoul take about 3 months, at least before you could start changing the ring, but this is if you've done the salt water thing like your supposed to. i got mine done a few months ago (:
There is coolant on the ground occasionally. How will I know when the intake manifold gasket is leaking
Every 4 months.
Changing the water filter on your refrigerator water system really depends on what type you have. On average it is said that you should try to change it every six months or less to get the best filtered water.
One important thing to do is to replace your mascara every three months, this prevents bacteria from growing and changing the formula. You can also add a few drops of saline solution to thin out the formula.
An aviation mechanic must get 18 months of practical experience with either power plants or airframes, or 30 months of experience working on both at the same time. Or graduate from an FAA approved school. http://www.faa.gov/mechanics/become/basic/
If you shut it off properally then every 6 months to 8 months.
It was about changing the time it takes to cross North America from months to days.
3 months 3000 miles3 months 3000 miles
I am not a mechanic but when my BMW did that it was just low on power steering fluid. It has a pin hole leak in the hose assembly but hasn't lost any significant fluid now for months. I will eventually need to replace the hose assembly, however.
every 6 months
I had that problem 6months ago. It turned out that my starter needed replacement. My advice, if money permits, get it done at a shop. I bought a re-manufactured one and had a retired mechanic put it in. The only problem was that after a couple of months, I had to replace starter again twice because the one I bought was a defect. Although, it has a life time warranty, the mechanic still has to install it and I have to pay him.
Replace the fuel and the oil, check all vital fluids and you should be fine. A bit of smoke on startup is normal. If it persists, switch to a heaveier oil or consider changing some valve stem seals.
Your mechanic has the starters in his hand. How can a website know more than he?
Every 2 months
Because the technology advances every 18 months and that advances the computer systems
There is no definitive answer, but if two months have passed, consider changing meds.