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The Importance of Keeping Tires Properly Inflated

You fill your tires with air and you hope that you have put the right amount in them. You do not think about it for too long, and you move on with your life without worrying about whether or not you have set yourself up for trouble. It is important to keep tires inflated with just the right amount of air.

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Keep Your Transmission Running Smoothly

The transmission plays an important part in how a vehicle operates. Most drivers don’t think about their transmission unless something goes wrong. Routine transmission service is an important part of keeping your vehicle running smoothly.

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Car Battery Service & Replacement

If you think that your car battery might be getting old and in need of a replacement, there are a few things you can do to test things out. If your car seems to run fine while you are driving around Kent but won't start after you turn it off, it's likely you need a new battery.

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Difference Between All-Wheel and Four-Wheel Drive

Having extra traction in difficult driving conditions can be a godsend, which is why many people choose a car or truck with either all-wheel drive or four-wheel drive. Though they are similar, there are some differences, and it is important to understand them.

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Service Appointments Made Easy

You might have struggled getting your appointment with a service team before, but the the service team at Klaben Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram takes great pride in making sure you get service when you need it. Your vehicle matters. It needs an oil change at regular intervals, it needs to have fluids assessed, and it needs inspections to make sure it can keep getting you where you need to go.

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Oil Change Every 3,000 Miles? Not Anymore

Oil changes every 3,000 miles are a thing of the past. Engines used to need a change this often as they were much more inefficient and we used less than optimum oil. Today's cars can go usually between 5,000 – 10,000 miles before needing a change. But, when exactly should drivers in Kent change their oil? 

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Wonder no more, learn what those car warning lights signify

There are a number of different warnings that you may receive when you are in your vehicle. Most of them do not necessarily mean that there is something very wrong with our vehicle, but rather they are reminders. You may get a notice that tells you that you forgot to replace your gas cap when you last filled up or that you didn't shut your door completely. You may also get a reminder that tells you it is time to get an oil change.

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Be Prepared for Anything on a Holiday Road Trip

The holidays are here again, and that means the highways across the country are going to grind to a stop in no time at all. If you want to get your family to your holiday destination on time, it is best you follow a few of the planning tips curated by the Klaben Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram sales team today.

Get your family in the car right after dinner so you can get a few…

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Dashboard Warning Lights Illuminate for a Reason

Dashboards are different from vehicle type and model to model. Your owner’s manual is an excellent source of information. When some lights illuminate, it may be a sign of serious problems just up ahead. When a dashboard light illuminates, the best course of action is to find out why. It may be serious, or it may not be. However, it came on for a reason.

 

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Why Regular Oil Changes are Important

The oil that flows through the rubber veins of your vehicle's engine is like the blood that courses through your body. It provides your engine with the much-needed lubrication for all of the moving parts, ensuring that friction doesn't damage the inner workings of your engine. The oil inside of your engine also acts as a heat absorber and reduces the heat and potential of damage from overheating.

Over time, the effectiveness of the oil inside of your engine begins to falter and degrade. Over time, the oil in your engine gets burnt up little by little, slowly…

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