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Understanding Your Vehicle’s Warranty to get the Most Out of Warranty Perks

Your new vehicle will run out of warranty. Whether you bought the extended warranty or not, eventually that security cushion will be no more and you're left to figure out what to do next.


Nothing can be more frustrating than your vehicle not working as it should. Your factory warranty is designed to cover the cost of costly repairs when things fail due to defect—not from wear and tear. With or without an…

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Need to Change Your Tires? 4 Signs It's Time

 

We tend to take our car's tires for granted. Along with the suspension, they help us get a soft ride. But how often do you check them? When you're driving, your tires are the only contact between your car and the road, and your safety depends on them, so they need to…

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How to Choose the Right Oil for Your Vehicle

 

Motor oil is essential for keeping your car's engine running smoothly. It lubricates hardworking internal parts and minimizes wear on critical components. It's vital to change your oil frequently, based on the manufacturer's recommended service plan. But which oil is right for your car? With so many varieties on the shelf…

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6 Signs That Your Car's AC May Need Service

 

Edmonton enjoys a sunny climate in summer while winter weather is frigid. A well-functioning car air conditioning system is essential to stay comfortable in summer and defrost windows during icy winter weather. If you experience any of the following problems with your car's HVAC system, it's time to take it in for…

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Keep Your Car Warm With These 5 Tips

  

Cars don't like cold weather. This was especially true back when carburetors were standard and the engine could stall if it was too cold, but thankfully, modern port injection and fuel injection systems are much less vulnerable to extreme temperatures. Still, frigid cold isn't good…

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Reasons to Have Your Vehicle's Electrical System Checked

 

The battery, alternator, and starter are the three basic elements of your car's electrical system, but there are many other moving parts – from sound systems, to computers, to brakes, to heated seats, to windows and locks – that rely on regular electrical system maintenance to ensure that everything runs smoothly. A flashing light on your car's dashboard might not be the first warning that your vehicle is in need of a checkup. Problems with…

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Visit Crosstown Auto Body

 

Looking for a reliable auto repair shop in Edmonton, AB? Look no further than Crosstown Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram’s body shop: Crosstown Auto Body. Since 1968, the shop has repaired numerous vehicles back to their original condition, done by a team of talented technicians who dedicate their time and effort to restoring damaged vehicles.

Learn more about our body shop and see why it’s your go-to destination for all things auto repair.

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How to Connect Your iPhone to the 2017 Jeep Wrangler

You just got your new Jeep Wrangler, and now you need to connect it to your phone. Uconnect is one of the best and most user-friendly systems on the market and makes it easy to use your phone while keeping your hands on the wheel. Follow these simple steps to connect your phone to the 2017 Jeep Wrangler before you hit the road.

The Vehicle System

To get started, push the phone button on the…

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When to replace your brake rotors

Brake rotors are also called discs, and are an important component of your braking system.  It’s what your brake pads apply pressure on to stop your wheels from spinning.  They are just as important as brake pads, and though they last longer than brake pads, they should be inspected regularly.   Rotors are regularly subject to heat that wears them out and causes deforming. 
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Nissan's New Ad Praises Dodge Trucks

In a recently released ad promoting its Titan XD pickup, Nissan appears to praise Chevy, Ford and Dodge trucks. While this may seem to be a surprising move for a rival Japanese automaker, according to Nissan North America the ad is designed to pay respect to the all-American, ever-popular truck brands that have paved the way for the development of their Titan XD. The ad’s narrator (a young child) states, “To those who have…
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