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Chrysler News

what to do when your car won’t start

It’s not much fun when your car won’t start – especially if its dark and/or raining outside. Frankly, you just want to know: is it time to pull out the jumper cables or call AAA? There’s a big difference between those two options, especially if you are in an area that you don’t feel safe. In this guide, rather than explain how your car’s starting system works and all the techy stuff, we will examine the “symptoms” and give some quick guidance as to what to do. Turn the key,

living full time in an rv

There are thousands of people who have sold their homes, got rid of their belongings, and hit the road in an RV -permanently. While it may not be for everyone, it’s a lifestyle filled with travel and adventure. Have you ever thought about it? Here’s an article that will delve into some of the details of what the full time RVing experience is all about. Reasons to do it Do you wonder why people choose full time RVing? We asked our friends at Lynch of Mukwonago, a local Chrysler, Dodge,

which is the best of the four engine types?

For over 100 years now, the decision to be made about the type of motor you want in your car has been pretty simple –an internal combustion engine. Today, there are more choices. You can consider one of four types: Internal Combustion; Hybrid; Plug-in Hybrid or Electric Vehicle (EV). Like most choices, there isn’t a best one. Consulting our experts at Gainesville Dodge of Gainesville, a local Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram dealer in Gainesboro, FL, there are pros and cons to each type. Care to dig in and take a loo

my transmission feels like its slipping

If you have ever felt the transmission slipping in your car, it’s not a good feeling. You instantly know that something is wrong but unless you’re a mechanic, it’s hard to tell what. We spoke with the experts at Federico Chrysler of Wood River, a local Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram dealer in Wood River, IL, and they told us how to identify a slipping transmission and explain what usually has to be done to fix it. Whats it feel like? When you are driving your car, there is a more or less

preparing for a smog or emissions test

California is the toughest state when it comes to vehicle emissions. They have strict standards and they check the emissions that your car emits every two years. Often called a “smog check”, this test is needs to be done or can't register your car next registration period. In most other states, a car’s emissions are checked every year during an annual inspection. If the car fails the emissions test, then it won’t receive a new inspection sticker. Problem is that lots of cars fail smog

what do i do if i hit an animal with my car?

The sun has gone down and you are driving home listening to music on the radio. Then all the sudden, a blurry shape jumps right in front of you. You feel a car-shaking thump and you jam on the brakes. “Good God, what was that!” you think. As soon as you pull over and jump out of your car, you see an injured deer laying by the edge of the road. What do you do now? Compassion Issues A compassionate person would naturally wonder how badly the poor animal was hurt. Unless you are a veterinarian, there is like

automotive water leaks - what should we do?

You should deal with water leaks in your car as soon as you can. If it remains too long in a car’s interior, it will grow mold and possibly corrode electronic connectors and parts. In this article, we will look at the 6 most common sources of water leaks that occur in automobiles. Do I actually have a leak? The first sign of a leak into a car or truck is usually a soaked carpet. You will likely see the water pooling somewhere but in some cases, you might actually smell mold growing. In many cases, finding t

how catalytic converters work

Back in the pre-emissions regulation days, cars and trucks pumped out a lot of air pollution. Since it was particularly severe in some areas of the country, individual states started mandating maximum allowable emissions levels within their territories. The first to do so was the state of California in 1968; others soon jumped in. By the early '70s, the federal government stepped in and started phasing-in even more restrictive emissions standards for the entire country. According to our sources