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Save With Mopar® Vehicle Protection From Byers Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram

If you own a Chrysler-brand vehicle and you're looking for ways to save money, then a Mopar® Vehicle Protection plan could be of great benefit. With Mopar® Vehicle Protection, you'll be able to choose from many plan options that provide coverage for as many as 800 parts to over 5,000 parts, and many additional value-added benefits are also included with the plan.

The top Mopar® Vehicle Protection plan is Maximum Care. Mechanical parts that are covered under the plan are replaced using authentic Mopar® parts, and your vehicle will be repaired by a Mopar®-trained technician

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Does the Mopar Vehicle Protection Plan Cover Lost Keys?

One of the most significant complaints heard from drivers has to do with keys. Locking them in trunks or locking them inside a car is a constant refrain that keeps locksmiths busy across the country. Modern drivers lock the key fob inside the vehicle along with the keys.

The Mopar Vehicle Protection plan covers the accidental locking of keys inside a vehicle through its roadside assistance program. This package includes other items as well, such as the changing of flats, out of gas emergencies, and battery jumps by reimbursing the first $100 in expense on each occasion. 
 

 

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Receiving a Safety Recall Notice: What To Do Next

Chances are that you depend upon your vehicle to provide safe and reliable transportation for you and your loved ones. Here at Byers Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram want you to know what to do in the event that you receive a notice about a safety recall on your car. A safety recall means that some element of your car has been identified as potentially unsafe.

You may initially feel afraid that your car is no longer safe to drive. While you should take care of the issue as soon as possible, do keep in mind that a safety recall does…
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What Are The Pros And Cons Of Front-Wheel Drive And Rear-Wheel Drive?


We here at Byers Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram located right in Columbus, OH want you to be the most informed car buyer possible. Because of this, we want to ensure that you know the differences between front-wheel drive and rear-wheel drive so that you can select the car that best meets your needs.

First, rear-wheel drive vehicles tend to have better handling than front-wheel drive vehicles. They also tend to be less prone to need repairs from things like hitting potholes or a curb. The advantages of front-wheel drive include higher affordability as well as having better traction in poor…
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How to know if it's time to replace your tires


Worn or damaged tires can affect your traction and make your car unsafe to drive. By knowing the signs that your tires need replacement, you can keep your car driving safely.

Worn treads are a major sign that your tires need replacement. If you notice uneven wear, or your tire doesn't pass the "penny test," it's time to replace them. To do the penny test, stick a penny into the tread with Lincoln's head facing inward. If you can see the top of his head, your tread depth is too shallow and you need new tires.

Damaged…
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My Car Won't Start: Is it the Ignition?

Your car won't start, and you assume it's the battery. Before you visit the auto parts store, consider the ignition. Here are a couple of signs to look for to determine if that's the problem.

Do you hear a grinding noise when you crank the car? A worn out starter drive gear typically this type of sound. Ignoring it could make the problem worse by damaging the engine's flywheel. Another sign of ignition problems is trying to crank the engine but it doesn't connect, and you hear a whining noise. This is called freewheeling, and…

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Maintaining Fluid Levels Essential to Vehicle Performance

In order to get the best performance for your vehicle, you need to maintain all fluid levels at the recommended specifications. The most important is your oil level. The oil that goes through your engine lubricates all the internal components, which keeps your vehicle at its peak performance. It is recommended, for most vehicles, that the oil be changed every 3,000 miles. However, during those increments, it’s also important to have your oil level checked to assure the oil is still within the operating level needed.

 

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Are You Driving with the Right Tires for Your Needs?


You give a lot of thought to whether you are wearing the right kind of shoes, right? You have given a lot of thought about the kind of shampoo you use, the kind of chewing gum you buy, and even the music service that you subscribe to. In fact, you put a lot of thought into everything that you buy, eat, wear, and use in your life. Have you ever given any thought as to whether you have the right kind of tires on your car?

Contrary to popular belief, not all tires are created equal. While they all look…
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Check Engine Light

The check engine light can be one of the most frustrating signs that something is amiss with your vehicle, but there is a myriad of problems that the check engine light may indicate, and because of this, it should be addressed immediately. 

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