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Ford Explorer Sports Dynamic Design Features

The new Ford Explorer is a popular three-row SUV that’s ideal for a family trip or just a drive where you may need extra space for camping gear, the dog or for carpooling. It gives an excellent ride with gas mileage that’s pleasing to all. Stop at Bill McCandless Ford and take a look at the Ford Explorer first hand and see what all the excitement is about.

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Experience the Hardcore Attitude of the 2018 Ford F-150

The beautiful 2018 Ford F-150 carries itself with a hardcore attitude filled and a boisterous energy creating the best ability to pull and haul large loads. Drivers love this popular full size pickup truck because it has won the Motor Trend Truck of the Year for producing more strength and having less weight than the previous models.

The 2018 Ford F-150 is most notable for its capability designs from the 8 inch productivity screen, 

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Warning Signs: What Tire Pressure Lights Mean

Most of the newer cars today have all kinds of warning signs that pop up on your dashboard. The tire pressure warning is a crucial sign that your tires are losing air pressure and need to be filled with air. It's easy enough to stop by a gas station and fill your tires, but if you keep having to fill your tires, then you may have a larger issue than tire pressure.

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Timing Belt Care

Each car that is manufactured has a timing belt or a timing chain. The timing chain is made of links that are lubricated. A timing chain is designed to last for the life of your car. Most vehicles made today have a timing belt. This is a thick belt with teeth in it.

The timing belt is not designed to last as long as a timing chain. About every 60 to 100,000 miles, you will need to get a new timing belt on your vehicle.

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Signs of a Leaking Exhaust System

Have you ever turned the key and your car was still running? We’ve all done it at some point! That’s the sign of a quiet exhaust system which is a very good sign!Of course, an exhaust system will not last forever and over time it will eventually deteriorate. You want to catch it as soon as possible to avoid any embarrassing sounds as you’re driving through Mercer.

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What Do Motor Oil Viscosity Ratings Mean?

It’s important to remember that viscosity just refers to the thickness of liquid, so that will help you understand the types of motor oil. Keeping your engine and all of the coordinating parts running smoothly requires the correct weight, or viscosity, and amount of oil. When oil is too thin, it doesn’t work properly to coat the parts. 

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Brake Fluid Replacement

A vital system of a functioning and safe vehicle is to have reliable brakes. Within the braking system, one component that can fail over time is the brake fluid. Not everyone can tell when the fluid needs changed outside of the vehicle manual recommendations. But there are signs for which every driver can look.

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The Importance of Maintaining Good Alignment

Many drivers don't spend a great deal of time thinking about their car's alignment. However, the truth is that as cars age, it is inevitable that their alignment will eventually fall outside the specifications made by the manufacturer. Although a bad alignment may be almost unnoticeable at lower speeds and in good driving conditions, 

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