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Loud Mufflers Can Signal Exhaust Leaks

Your exhaust system consists of a network of pipes and devices that direct the exhaust gases from your motor. Over time, these parts can fail and develop costly and damaging exhaust gas leaks. Some of these parts fail relatively silently, but broken mufflers tend to make themselves known.

Mufflers come in many different varieties and they fail in different ways, but many older mufflers develop holes. 

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Visit All American Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram of Midland for Your SUV

A vehicle is one convenient automobile that almost everybody should have if their finances allow. Are you an interested buyer who may not know what benefits there are towards buying an SUV? We All American Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram of Midland pride in giving our clients detailed information so that they can make an informed decision.

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Your Brake Pads Are Essential to Stopping Your Vehicle

When your car, truck, or SUV is moving there is a lot of force behind it. Stopping that amount of force demands a strong counter force. That is where your brake pads come in.

When you step on your brake pedal the master cylinder forces brake fluid through the system to your calipers. Your calipers are where your brake pads are held. 

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The Function of the Alternator

Most people get a sick feeling when they turn the key and the car won't turn over. Right away, most people think that the battery is dead, but the problem may not rest entirely with the battery. The problem may be that your vehicle's alternator is having problems.

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What is Horsepower?

Horsepower is a phrase we are all familiar with. Most car commercials mention it in some fashion when advertising a vehicle. What exactly is "horsepower" though?

An engineer by the name of James Watt invented the idea, and it is measured in "watt" measurements. Horsepower began as a means to test how fast steam engines were in comparison to draft horses. As the years continued and technology grew, so did the meaning of horsepower. It evolved to test the output of all different types of mechanical vehicles, no longer comparing it to horses.

 

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Tire Tread Maintenance is Crucial

Drivers should always keep the health of their tires in mind. It is easy to forget how important tires are to the vehicle. However, the necessary maintenance date can approach quickly. Regular tire care avoids accidents and helps a vehicle operate at an optimum level throughout the Midland, TX area and beyond.

A visual inspection can be done to make sure tires are operating in an effective manner. Worn threads can be apparent in various areas of the wheel. If there are cracks in the tires or separation of the tread from the base of the tire, then it is…

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Find the Drive System for You

The difference between all-wheel and 4-wheel drive can be difficult. Especially when choosing your next vehicle. At All American Chrysler Jeep Dodge of Midland, our staff members want you to help you with this decision, here are some thoughts to consider:

Our team is ready to assist you in your decision making. Come down to our showroom today at 3801 W Wall Street in Midland, TX, and we will answer any questions you may have!

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CarGurus Highlights the Winningest Qualities of the 2017 Dodge Challenger

Are you hunting for a high-performance sports car for your next vehicular purchase? Well, if so, we here at All American Chrysler Jeep Dodge of Midland believe you may well meet your match in ours, the 2017 Dodge Challenger.

And why is it we feel like we do?

Get the inside scoop from CarGurus critic Cliff Atiyeh; his evaluation of the Challenger is as follows:

The Challenger's base engine, a 3.6-liter V6, is a stunner in every sense of the word.

Served up standard with the SXT model, the entry-level V6 generates a hearty 305 horsepower and 268…

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