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When Should The Car Battery Be Replaced?

The car’s battery comes with a lifespan just like other batteries we use in our daily lives for different gadgets and appliances. The battery of your car needs to be working properly for all the electrical devices in the car to perform optimally and for the car’s fuel and ignition system to work appropriately.
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How Regular Tire Rotation Can Save Money

Do you have your tires rotated with every oil change? If you answered no, then you may be losing money in several ways. Regular tire rotation is just as important as regular oil changes. By not having your tires rotated on a regular basis, you shorten the life of your tires making it necessary to purchase new ones much sooner than you normally would have to. Rotating your tires also saves money by keeping your vehicle performing its best while on the road which can save gas. Another reason to rotate your vehicle's tires is to maintain the tire…

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No Window Crack Is Too Small to Ignore

Have you ever found yourself driving down the freeway and suddenly you notice a small crack on your windshield? You are probably telling yourself that it's no big deal and it's barely noticeable. Many people have been there!

The crack on your windshield may be small and negligible, but it can get much worse over time. The good news in regards to this situation is that if you act quickly, we can possibly save your windshield and save you some money. If you have a small crack, you'll be happy to know we don't have to…

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Take Your Sick Car to the Doctor

When your check engine light comes on, it doesn't necessarily mean that it's time to get a new ride. It's just your car's way of telling you that it's sick, so to speak, and needs attention. The sooner the better. If you try to ignore it or put it off, the problem won't go away and it will probably get worse. And more expensive. You wouldn't put off going to the doctor if you really needed to go, so why prolong your car's suffering? Because in the end, it will only affect…
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My Brakes Always Work. Why Do I Need An Inspection?

When we press on the brake pedal, our cars stop or slow down as desired and as regulated by the amount and kind of pressure we put on the pedal. We almost never think about our brakes, because they always seem to work for us.

When they don't the result can be disastrous.

Your brakes are made of materials that rub against one another, and this movement and rubbing causes the friction that slows your vehicle. After use, over time, those parts begin to wear. That is why you need to have your brakes inspected and adjusted by an…
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The RAM 1500: Ride and Handling

Here Kelley Sales & Service, we've had a lot of questions about the RAM 1500. This truck features many ways that this RAM truck can be right for you. In the video below the ride and handling capabilities of this truck are discussed.

The RAM 1500 can take on almost any terrain. The air suspension lets drivers raise or lower the whole vehicle to fit their individual terrain needs. Each of the different modes allows the owner to adjust the RAM to fulfill almost any of their needs. Off road modes raise the truck to avoid damage while traveling on…

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Has Ram Left Any Stone Left Unturned for Towing Inventions?

Ram keeps on turning out the great inventions to make your life easier. Once you join the Ram family, you know that they will take good care of you. Has Ram left any stone unturned with respect to inventions?

Of course, you can start with a great Ram Truck. This is America's Longest Lasting Truck. You have powerful towing of up to 31,200 lbs with the top 6.7 liter Cummins Diesel Engine. Add the Rear Facing Camera. This enables you to speed up your Gooseneck or Fifth Wheel hookup. There are numerous modes for driving, allowing you…
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Ram 2500 ProMaster Delivery Van Uplift Specifications

Ram's commercial division provides a great deal of options for van types, engines, transmissions and Uplift designs.
Here is an example to give you an idea of what to expect: The Ram 2500 ProMaster Cargo Van Delivery Uplift offers a 3.6-liter V6 24-valve VVT with a high roof. You can decide if this might be right for you.
VVT stands for "Variable Valve Timing," which ultimately makes your engine more efficient. For the aforementioned model, you can enjoy a maximum payload of 4,120 pounds, maximum towing of 5,100 pounds, and maximum Gross Combined Vehicle Weight of…
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