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Tire Pressure Lights: How to Read Them and Know When to Replace

Did you know that tire pressure indicators may be faulty? The tire pressure gauge is meant to measure the load on your car's tires and make sure that the pressure is adequate to support the load. If you have unsafe driving conditions, there could be other issues at work causing you to go off the road. To check your PSI, you can go to any gas station and fill your tires with air.

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Short Guide to Powertrain and Bumper-to-Bumper Warranties

Every new car should come with a warranty. These are typically five-year, limited warranties that cover manufacturer defects and other issues that are no fault of your own. If you are purchasing a pre-owned vehicle, you may have another type of warranty that only covers the powertrain or corrosion damage. Then, there are bumper-to-bumper warranties which do not always mean what you think.

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Be Aware of Your Differential Fluid Levels

Why and When You Should Service Your Differentials

There are a considerable amount of gears and bearings in the simplest of differentials. Some complicated differentials will have as many as a hundred metal parts that must be kept cool and separated by a special fluid called “differential fluid,” to run safely without grinding.

If there is the smallest of leaks in a differential, the fluid will gradually lower. 

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Dashboard Waning Lights are Designed to Protect You and Your Vehicle

Computers are everywhere today and your car is no exception. The computer in your car, no matter how complex, is designed to communicate maintenance issues as well as mechanical and electrical issues through dashboard warning lights. However, if you don't understand what the warning lights mean, you could do doing serious damage to your vehicle and putting yourself at greater risk for accidents.

 

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The 2018 Ford Explorer is Sure to Impress

If you are looking to add some excitement to your daily commute to work, you will want to try out the 2018 Ford Explorer. Come see us today at your Toledo location to take one out for a test drive.

The 2018 Ford Explorer can seat 7, gets up to 24 mpg and is stylish. It also has heated second-row bucket seats, and even a heated leather-wrapped steering wheel. 

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