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Automobiles The engine bay can say a lot about a used car. If you want to sell it without letting the buyer know too much about the cars history it is worth going over it. Things that stand out to the buyer is damage to the paint in the engine bay, spatters of oil throughout the engine bay, unusual sounds emanating from the engine bay and whether it seems like there is something missing (generally noticeable by sheared metal or particularly clean parts of the engine bay). To sell a used car requires a meticulous inspection by the seller to ensure that nothing appears out of place or damage if not particularly noticeable. Of course let the buyer know if there is something that is wrong with the car and they need to be aware of it. If it is something relatively benign then sometimes it is better not mentioning and taking steps to ensure the buyer doesnt know about it. For those of us looking to sell a used car we are fortunate to have options regarding the engine bay. If at one point the car overheated and the radiator sputtered out a flood of coolant and it stained the interior of the engine bay one of the best ways to fix it is to give the engine bay pretty solid cleaning. If this hasnt reduced the marking caused then you can always invest in some heat proof paint and put a coat over the engine bay. Make sure you use a spray on paint to do this as if you buy a tin of paint and attempt to apply it evenly with a brush then you will have a lot of trouble getting it to look natural and part of the original paint work. If you are trying to sell a used car and you have recently replace a part on the engine and they have not needed to replace another part because the new part has a dual use then it might be a good idea to rub some grease over the new bare metal. It may open up a line of questioning that may lead the buyer to believe you arent being honest about it. Sometimes its better to just avoid unnecessary worry on the part of your buyer. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: