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How to Read Tire Sizes

If you need to buy a new tire or put air in your existing tires, you need to understand your vehicle's tire size. It's easier than you might think. Everything you need to know is located on the tire itself. To find this information, you just have to look for a series of numbers and letters on the vehicle's sidewall.

The first letter you see on the tire will indicate what type of tire it is. If the first letter is a P, it's a passenger vehicle tire. 

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Lincoln MKC Design Features to Style up Your Daily Commute

Lincoln introduced the MKC at an auto show in 2013. This compact premium crossover SUV remains a popular option thanks in part to its spacious design, versatility, and luxury elements. Lincoln has included many design features in the new Lincoln MKC. Among them are ambient lighting and auto folding power mirrors.

When you're ready to choose a different interior lighting, simply change it out for one that suits your mood. The lighting is visible from the front cup-holder console, front and rear footwells, door-release handles, and the storage pockets on the front door. 

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New Lincoln MKZ Hybrid Performance Highlights

Lincoln drivers have long admired many aspects of these luxury vehicles, from their elegant styling and industry-leading safety equipment, to the brand's high level of quality and reliability. These areas are present in the new Lincoln MKZ Hybrid for 2018. In addition to that, the MKZ also has an impressive list of performance related features that you might not expect from a hybrid vehicle.

Drivers of the all new 2018 MKZ Hybrid will enjoy such performance features as:

  • Active Noise Control (ANC)
  • Adaptive Suspension 
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Friction: The Key to Braking

As a car owner you know how important it is to maintain your cars braking system in order to ensure the safety of your family. You know that one component of the braking system is the brake pads, but how do brake pads work? Below is an explanation of how brake pads work and when to replace them:

  • Brake Pads- Brake pads work by turning kinetic energy into thermal energy by utilizing friction.
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What are the Symptoms of a Bad Suspension?

A bad suspension can cause many problems. You could lose control of your vehicle. Your tires could wear out early. Your brakes could wear out early. A knowledgeable driver will identify suspension problems early.

One of the principal symptoms is a pull in the steering to either side while driving. A bad suspension will cause you to feel the bumps in the road more acutely. 

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Why Won’t my Vehicle Shift into Four-Wheel Drive?

You’re all set to get out and do some off-roading, but you notice oil is dripping from the bottom of your vehicle. You test out the four-wheel-drive gear transfer, and hear grinding. Chances are it’s a seal leak inside the transfer case.

The transfer case houses your vehicle’s gear components that enable you to shift from two-wheel to four-wheel drive. It consists of a chain that moves around the gears allowing them to engage when changing the vehicle’s traction from front to rear wheel. It needs lubrication to keep it in top shape.

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When to Get a New Timing Belt

Every car needs a timing belt to run properly. Your vehicle's engine depends on it, but there are some other parts of your car that also rely on a good timing belt, including your air conditioning. When a timing belt starts to get older, it may break or wear, causing issues for your horsepower and gas mileage. 

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