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Take a Look at Your Tire Treads

Tire tread maintenance is not a complicated issue. Drivers simply need to pay close attention to the wear and tear. Each wheel will begin to look worn in spots. Cracks and bulges are definitely a sign that your vehicle is in need of care. If foreign objects are embedded anywhere in the tire, then it should be replaced immediately, even if the car is still operational.

The old penny test is still trusted as well. Place a penny in the tread head first. If the President's head starts to show, then it is time for new tires. 

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Horsepower: Learn the Origin and Definition

It's impossible to talk about cars these days without the word 'horsepower' being brought up. It always comes up, but not too many people know exactly what it means and fewer know where it came from. Surprisingly, both the meaning and the origin are entwined together.

In the 18th century when steam engines were beginning to take off, inventor James Watt decided to take a new approach to trying to sell steam engines. Watt observed ponies working in a coal mine and through his observations, deduced that on average a pony produced 22,000 foot-pounds of power per minute…

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Saving Time and Money While Finding Your New Vehicle

When shopping for a new car, truck or SUV, there are a lot of things to take into consideration. What will the vehicle cost? What will my monthly payment be? How safe is the vehicle? The list of questions and concerns can seem overwhelming. All American Chrysler Jeep Dodge of Odessa recognizes that there isn't a "one size fits all" solution to getting a new vehicle.

One process that has made life easier is online pre-approvals. You can now go to our website and complete a financing application. The expert financing team will find a solution and get you…

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Explore the Advantages Offered by All-Wheel Drive and Four-Wheel Drive Vehicles

Both all-wheel drive vehicles and four-wheel drive vehicles have much better traction than front-wheel drive vehicles during snowy and icy conditions. They are better able to accelerate and maintain traction in snow and ice thanks to a drivetrain that provides power to all the wheels and not just the front wheels. A major difference between four-wheel drive vehicles and all-wheel drive vehicles is that you need to manually shift the four-wheel drive vehicle into four-wheel drive mode. You can shift into four-wheel drive mode when it is snowy or when you are driving on rough terrain.

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Why Choose Parts From Our Dealership?

If your vehicle needs to be serviced, the best place for you to take your vehicle to is our dealership. If you need something minor replaced on your vehicle, you can find the replacement part in your auto parts store, but the fit wouldn't be the same.

An example of something that you can get from your auto parts store would be wiper blades, oil filters, and headlight bulbs. Despite the fact that these parts are easily available at your local parts store, you should still stop by and purchase them from us. We carry genuine Mopar parts for…

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Explore the Comfort and Confidence of a RAM 1500 With Optional Air Suspension

Get behind the wheel of any RAM 1500 model, and one thing jumps out: not only is it surprisingly easy to maneuver, it absorbs bumps like their nothing. That’s because the American truckmaker believes the ruggedness of its pickups doesn’t have to translate into a rough ride. In fact, there’s even an optional suspension setup that makes things more comfortable.

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2018 Sees the Mighty RAM 3500 Take the Torque Crown

It’s no secret that RAM Truck builds trucks that aren’t just capable and comfortable, but long-lasting. When the 2018 iteration of the Heavy Duty 3500 goes on sale, however, it will take the crown for the most torque in its class. Yes, friends, the guts and glory of 6.7-liter Cummins Turbodiesel have been bolstered to 930 lb-ft.

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