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The Allure of the Ford Taurus Continues

The Ford Taurus has had the distinction of being one of the most popular sedans. It has received numerous awards for style and performance, and has made its way into the “car-psyche” of the American driver. The newest Taurus designs still offer attractive design features for any driver in San Angelo.

One of the major design adjustment to the latest Taurus model is an enhanced grille. It makes this family sedan more show-worthy on the road. 

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How to Pick a New Car Battery & Replacement

Have you noticed your car is slower to start lately? Flickering lights on the dashboard and a lack of response when turning the ignition could be indicators of a failing car battery. You can check your battery annually at an auto parts store for free. If your battery needs to be replaced, you want to make sure that you find out before you hit the road.

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Fuel Line Leaks can be Hard to Locate

In order for the fuel in your gas tank to get to your engine, it must first flow through a network of connective fuel lines. The longer fuel lines are usually made out of non-reactive and strong metals like stainless steel. The smaller lines that are located closer to the motor need less structural strength, and thus are usually made of softer materials like rubber.

In either case, these fuel-bearing hoses and lines can develop damage from age or trauma. 

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Looking for the Right Tires for Your Vehicle

Tires are essential when driving, and without it, you won't be able to travel anywhere. It is necessary that the vehicle has decent tires, as well as an extra one. Try getting some assistance from your local dealership when having inquiries about tires, because they have all the knowledge concerning vehicles. New tires are available at Jim Bass Ford Inc., and you can drive your car there and take a quick visit.

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Find Out about Synthetic Oil, and Decide if You Need It

You have likely heard of synthetic oil, but can you define it? Our friendly service team is here to help you clearly understand this important product and determine whether you need it.

Motor oil companies sell varied classes of oil that fall into a range that has conventional oil on one end and synthetic oil on the other. Conventional oils contain a blend of natural oil and basic additives.

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The Importance of Belts and Hoses

Your vehicle operates through a sequence of belts and hoses. The engine wouldn’t be able to function without the timing belt to open and close valves and pistons in the cam and crankshafts. Without the belt that connects the engine and alternator, there wouldn’t be the charge needed to keep the system running.

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Learn About Horsepower

James Watt, of the Industrial Revolution, is the person who created the unit of measurement that we know as the horsepower. Back in the eighteenth century, Watt had been fixing a steam engine when he realized that he could create a new version that was much more efficient and effective than the models that were on the market.

Watt knew he had to develop a new marketing plan to show potential customers the virtue of his new machine. Watt was also an ace mathematician and used these skills to create a unit of measurement that compared his engine to the…

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Servicing Your Vehicle's Battery

While it may appear to be a very simple and replaceable item on your vehicle, the battery is actually very important and is very much required in order to drive your vehicle with all of its functions working perfectly. Just as important as the fuel in your tank, your vehicle's battery needs to be inspected, serviced and repaired on a regular basis in order to ensure that your vehicle is reliable.

There is nothing worse than hopping into the car in the morning so you can leave for work and when you turn the key to start the car…

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2018 Lincoln Navigator wins Truck of the Year

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DETROIT -- The Honda Accord won the 2018 North American Car of the Year at the Detroit auto show, while the Lincoln Navigator took the truck honors and the Volvo XC60 was named top utility vehicle of the year.

This year’s winners were selected by a jury of 60 American and Canadian automotive journalists – including Automotive News Reporter Richard Truett and Senior Editor Sharon Silke Carty -- from a group of three finalists in each category…

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