What Is A Recall And What Should I Do?

A recall should never make you worried about your car. It is a good sign that the automaker is proactive in fixing safety issues. Recalls occur when the manufacturer, consumers, and NHTSA recognize a faulty safety issue on vehicles. Some vehicle recalls may have to do with airbags, faulty windshield wipers, electrical problems, and emissions.

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Do You Wish to Ask About Winter Car Care?

Winter could wreak havoc on an automobile. The weather conditions also present risks on the road due to ice, snow, and freezing rain. Some changes may be necessary to enhance safety and performance. Winter tires could be a huge improvement over all-season tires, and putting snow tires on the vehicle when winter starts might be a vital winter care step.

Checking the vehicle's fluids remains a year-round essential step, and running late during the winter could cause problems. Check the coolant, washer, power steering, and motor oil levels. If anything's low or old, 

 

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How Vehicles Can Withstand the IIHS Driver-Side Small Overlap Test

One of the good things about IIHS tests is that they help to improve the designs of the vehicles so that they can be more durable and safer for drivers and passengers. One example of the tests that vehicles are put through is the Driver-Side Small Overlap Test. Vehicles can undergo improvements to withstand the tests.

One of the improvements in designs that vehicles have undergone is the safety cages in the vehicles. 

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Reasons for a Low Tire Pressure Warning

Feeling alarmed when a dashboard warning light comes on, which is understandable. Look at the positive aspect, though. The warning lights informs a driver when there's a problem, and learning about the problem makes it possible to correct things. When the tire pressure light comes on, drivers know to put air in the tire immediately. Drivers should also get the tires inspected to check for problems.

When a significant amount of air escapes the tire, the tire pressure light illuminates. Air gradually escapes a tire every month. 

 

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What are Head Gaskets and Why Do They Blow?

Have you noticed your engine isn’t running well anymore? Perhaps you have a bad gasket. A head gasket connects the cylinder head to the engine block, allowing for oil and coolant to pass through during the internal combustion process. Gaskets can become twisted or warped over time, leading to strange engine behavior such as rough idling and stalling.

The main warning sign of a gasket going bad is higher engine temperatures, so if you notice any overheating, take it to Morong Falmouth Mazda right away for repairs. Once the head gasket blows, you’ll likely see other 

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Exceptional Performance Features of the Mazda CX-30

When you want to find some excellent performance in a small SUV, then you will want to test drive the Mazda CX-30. This affordable SUV brings a higher level of performance that allows the driver to have better confidence on the road as well as off-road. Here are some top performance features of the Mazda CX-30 that you should know about.

The Mazda CX-30 comes with one of the best set of brakes that you can find on any vehicle in its segment. At the front, you will find 11.6-inch vented disc brakes. At the rear of the CX-30…

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Benefits of Winter Wiper Blades

If you've been running "regular" wiper blades and they've been doing a great job, you probably wonder why you would need winter wiper blades. The answer is very simple. Winter wiper blades offer protection that you just don't get with regular wiper blades. Our team at Morong Falmouth Mazda is here to show you our wiper blades and demonstrate the many benefits of winter wiper blades.

If you live in a area that has harsh winters with snow, ice and freezing temperatures, you'll benefit from winter wiper blades because they have a protective coating that not…

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Alignments

You need to get your wheels re-aligned every two or three years. However, you should have your wheels inspected by a professional at least once a year in order to determine when you need to get them realigned. Wheel alignment has many benefits. It can increase fuel efficiency.

If your wheels are not lined up properly, then the engine will have to work a lot harder. You can also save money on auto repairs. A bad alignment will cause your vehicle to wear out more quickly. You will also have a smoother driving experience. If the alignment is off...

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How Do Brake Pads Work?

We all seem to know what brakes are in our car and what they do, but do we all know exactly how they work? It’s important to understand all the functions of your brakes to be able to determine if they’re operating correctly. The entire brake system consists of several parts, including brake pads, brake cylinder, rotors, calipers, brake lines and sensors, and each part has a role.

Our team at Morong Falmouth Mazda can assist you with learning about the brake system and advise you if you need new brake pads and provide you with information on…

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