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Hop into a Dodge Challenger at Red Bluff Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram

The current Dodge Challenger lineup manages to evoke the best qualities of the original Challenger while modernizing the brand for a tech-obsessed world. While the initial run was comprised solely of performance-oriented muscle, the modern-day Challenger is a much different beast. In addition to the performance options, Dodge has expanded the lineup to compete in the midsize and sedan markets in the US. 

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Make the Most Out of the 2018 Dodge Journey's Interior

There are many reasons why the 2018 Dodge Journey is a leader in its class. For one, it provides a full-featured interior with ample space. Each interior feature is carefully crafted to promote comfort and usability.

The Journey's middle row of comes with a child friendly feature. Integrated booster seats make it easy to transport kids at any time. These booster seats fold neatly into the second row seating when not in use to save space.

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The Ram 2500 HD is Capable, Strong, and Versatile

If you have been searching for a truck that is capable and inviting, the Ram 2500 HD is something that our Red Bluff customers will be happy to find. This truck provides a selection of features offered on the Tradesman, SLT, Big Horn, Laramie, Laramie Longhorn, Power Wagon, and Limited trim levels, helping you to get the truck you want. The commercial vehicles we carry in our inventory wouldn't be complete without the Ram 2500 HD. Our Chico, CA, and Redding, customers can test drive it to see why it's such a great fit for a variety of…

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Understanding Your Exhaust System Helps with Maintaining It

When you are considering the importance of making sure that your muffler and exhaust system are working as they should, the primary focus should rest squarely on performance and safety. Performance equals a more enjoyable, efficient ride, while safety speaks for itself. A better understanding of how it actually works will highlight the benefits of muffler and exhaust system maintenance.

The exhaust manifolds gather the gases produced by engine function, then moves through the o2 sensor to be analyzed and then to the catalytic converter where it is processed. 

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What is the Difference Between a Front-Wheel and Rear-Wheel Drive Vehicle?

he decision between a front-wheel-drive (FWD) and a rear-wheel-drive (RWD) will depend on what you expect in a vehicle. There are benefits and limitations to each. Two of the biggest considerations are the number of miles you plan on driving and under what conditions.

A RWD vehicle provides a durable suspension. Hitting a curb in one of these vehicles doesn’t phase it. RWDs are also known for better performance and handling. 

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When is it Time to Check Belts & Hoses?

Eventually, your engine's drive and timing belts will crack apart. No engineer has ever been able to make a belt that lasts forever. Coolant hoses have the same problem too. Eventually, they'll dry out and crack apart, which makes it important to get a regular inspect in order to ensure that you never have to suffer a roadside breakdown.

 

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When Your Car Doesn’t Start, It Could Be Time for A New Alternator

The next time you crank up your car before heading off to work, think about the last time you had your vehicle’s alternator looked at.

Without a properly functioning alternator, a vehicle will be unable to start as normal. Although the battery may retain enough power to turn on a car, it is completely reliant on the alternator for sustained replenishment of power when the car is in motion. 

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Full-Size and Compact Spare Tire Care

No matter what type of spare tire you have in your car, you need to make sure that it is in good condition for when you need it. Since both of types of spare tires are not used often, sometimes their care is neglected, and they aren't useful when the time comes.

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Most Aren't Aware that Changing Lanes for Roadside Workers is the Law

There are many drivers who have no idea what to do behind the wheel when they approach roadside workers, and as a result according to the National Traffic Incident Management Coalition, 200 of those workers will lose their lives this year. The reason for the huge number of fatalities can be pinpointed to a poll that was conducted by Mason Dixon Polling & Research. 

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Why 3,000-Mile Oil Changes Are No Longer Necessary

Remember the days when your local car dealership and owner's manual said it was necessary to change your oil every 3,000 miles? This is no longer true for cars built in recent years. You may be able to go 7,500 to 10,000 miles between oil changes because oil chemistry has improved (synthetic oils are used more) and engine technology is more advanced. It may be difficult to rid yourself of this thinking because old habits are hard to break. The following reasons may help you in knowing if your oil needs changed more often:

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