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Some Ways to Get Better Fuel Economy

Owning a car comes with many expenses, including insurance, maintenance, and fuel. Sometimes, an owner could cut down on costs by following some helpful steps. Following a few established tips for better fuel economy could save significant money during the year. Maybe the money saved could go towards paying insurance premiums or routine maintenance.

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Do Not Neglect to Have Your Tires Rotated

Properly functioning tires are important. It keeps you safe as you drive, and it will prevent you from potentially having a flat when you least expect it. One way to keep your tires functioning as they should for a long time is to have them rotated by a professional on a regular basis.

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Cabin Air Filters vs Engine Air Filters

Our vehicles are filled with filters, and each of them has their own purpose within the vehicle. Two filters that are often confused are the cabin air filter and the engine air filter. At Ditschman/Flemington Lincoln, we offer a full line of both engines, and cabin air filters and are available to answer any questions you may have and to advise you on filter replacement. 

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A Quick Guide to Your Vehicle's Gaskets

A gasket is one of the most critical parts of your vehicle. If you don’t know what a gasket does, don’t worry. This blog post will quickly explain what you need to know about gaskets.

A gasket is a protective barrier between one part of your vehicle and another.

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Signs of Faulty Brakes

First, does the pedal feel squishy underfoot? If so, it may be time to head to the shop. Brake pedals should feel firm under pressure, so if they're feeling soft instead, you could have a major problem.

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Common Motor Oil Myths

Motor oil myths have been in the industry for long. The main challenge here is that these myths have dominated the sector to the extent of stopping people from using their acquired knowledge in the industry. Below is a list of some of the most common misconceptions:

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How to Know if Your Vehicle's Fuel System is Having Problems

Once you put gas in your car's gas tank, there has to be a device to get it from the gas tank to the engine. That device is called a fuel pump. Most of the time, your car's fuel pump works silently, allowing you to take on all the roads around Flemington, NJ with ease. Sometimes, though, your fuel pump will begin to have problems that could affect the operation of your vehicle. 

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A Quick Look at Two Spare Tire Options

Most of the time, we don't even think about the spare tire on our vehicles. But it's those rare times that we come back to our car only to find a flat tire that we truly appreciate that we have a spare. But do you know what kind you have and whether or not you'll be happy with it when this incident happens? 

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