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Keeping Your Fuel Pressure Sensors in Good Shape Pays Dividends

The fuel delivery system in your car has a fairly simple mission, which is delivering gas to your engine on-demand. Accomplishing this mission requires the involvement of many complex parts. Components called fuel pressures sensors fit the bill in this regard, and keeping them up to par can keep your car running.

In order to provide fuel to the injectors at the correct pressures, special sensors monitor system pressures and relay this information to vehicle computers. These electronic controllers (ECM's) then manipulate fuel injectors and fuel pumps in order to create optimal...

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Crucial Steps for Safely Changing a Flat


A flat generally occurs when you least expect it and often times it occurs at the most inconvenient moment. There are a few steps you should take in order to keep you safe.

Always choose to change your flat in a safe and secure area such as a well-lit parking lot at a grocery store or shopping mall. It is also crucial to your safety that you do not change your flat on a hill, and you should never change a flat on grass or dirt. A parking lot will give you a solid foundation.

Before you begin, use a…
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Wrapped in Luxury


The 2018 Ram 1500 Big Horn wraps you in luxury:
  • The superior quality cloth seats fold down to accommodate large items.
  • The leather-wrapped steering wheel insures a solid grip.
  • A unique five-link coil spring rear suspension combines with the four-corner air suspension to provide smooth rides over bumpy terrain as well as enhanced turning ability.
  • Push button height adjustment gives you the convenience of instantly adjusting ground clearance when traveling off-road.
  • Available European hardwood lends smooth elegance to the paneling.
  • The advanced key fob offers remote starting...
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Dodge Offers The Only AWD Muscle Cars On The Market


American muscle cars have long been an obsession of car enthusiasts. And while most muscle cars are exclusively rear wheel drive more and more car enthusiasts are moving towards all-wheel drive vehicles. That is why we here at Blake Fulenwider Clyde are excited to announce that the newest models of Dodge Challenger and Charger offer all-wheel drive models. Both models offer the chance to upgrade to the 707 horsepower Hellcat model quickly making you the king of the road. The all-wheel drive features will also give you additional traction and control when driving in poor weather conditions 
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The Clarification of All-Wheel Drive and Four-Wheel Drive


Sometimes meanings of a word take on a different character, which then needs further explanation to decipher the true meaning. Many people feel that the meaning of the terms "All-Wheel-Drive" and "Four-Wheel-Drive" are one and the same, but nothing could be further from the truth.

Even though both systems allow for a workable four-wheel power system to create more road traction, that is where any similar principles end. They are designed for different purposes and processes.

Four-wheel-drive systems have been viable for quite a few years thus many people are...
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Throw the 3000-mile myth in the garbage


We at Blake Fulenwider Clyde want you to know that while you may have heard that you should be changing your oil every three thousand miles, this ideology is simply a myth. There are no facts to support that newer vehicles need to have their oil changed that frequently. On the contrary, many of the newer vehicles that are on the road today should wait a while longer before they have their oil changed.

If you are in doubt, simply look in your owner's manual and see what the factory says about it. You don't have to worry…
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Dashboard Warning Lights


When most car owners see a brand new warning light on their dashboard, they become very afraid that something is really wrong with their car. But one thing to know is that if the light is yellow it is normally an easy problem to fix that you can do at home. One common problem is that you forgot to put the gas cap on or you did not put it on correctly. Another common problem is that the fluid in the car is not filled up enough. These common problems can be fixed by you but if you do not…
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The 2017 Chrysler Pacifica Uconnect Entertainment System


The 2017 Chrysler Pacifica is a new model of the Chrysler model car that is family friendly and can save you money when you think about the stop at the gas station. It portrays the future of the minivan generation

Features of Chrysler Pacifica

Most family road trips are never entertaining, and that is why the all-new 2017 Chrysler Pacifica came into existence. The children especially are the hardest to entertain.

Chrysler Pacifica comes with a UConnect system which can keep the young ones entertained through the journey with apps and the large touch screen. The UConnect also can....
 
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When, Why, and How to Conduct Tire Inspection


Driving with worn out tires may be hazardous. Why don’t you consider taking a few minutes to know when and how to find out about whether you need to replace your vehicle’s tires? It is time to start thinking of purchasing new tires if the tread on the tires appears in spots or cracks appear on the treads of the tire. It is worth taking all precautions by replacing tires if you find out something attached to the tire. The shallowness of the treads on the tire or complete separation of treads from the tire has to make…
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How to Travel with Food

Traveling with food usually goes smoothly, but there is always a chance that you will end up with a food-covered car. When traveling long distances, it is important to pack up your food correctly.

When traveling with cold food, place it in a cooler to keep it cool. If you do not have a cooler, place all the cold food together in your car to keep them colder longer. 

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