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Look Sharp in the 2018 Jeep Renegade!

Since its beginnings as a military vehicle, the Jeep Renegade has always been a popular subcompact SUV. The 2018 edition brings head-turning style and substance to this all-time classic.

If you're looking for a true Jeep experience, the 2018 Renegade offers the My Sky sunroof. It can retract like a regular sunroof, but the panels can be completely removed and stored in a special cargo area, allowing you and your passengers the fun of total open-air driving.

When night falls, light your way with the Renegade's High-Intensity-Discharge (HID) headlamps. HIDs are two to three times...

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The 2018 Ram 3500: A Look at the Heavy-duty Truck’s Durability Features

Shopping for a new heavy-duty pickup truck? If you are, you should take a look at the 2018 Ram 3500. The Ram 3500 is an impressive heavy-duty truck because it comes equipped with a variety of durability features. We have summarized a few of the truck’s durability features below.

The truck offers an impressive limited powertrain warranty. Ram provides a 5-year/100,000-mile limited powertrain warranty on all diesel-powered trucks, and a 5-year/60,000-mile warranty is provided for gas-powered trucks. In addition, the Ram 3500 comes equipped with a 6.7-liter Cummins turbo diesel engine.

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Make Your Headlights Shine Like New

Over the course of time, the headlights on your car can get dull. Sometimes, the headlights will start to look yellowish and dirty. There are a couple of ways that you can make your headlights look brighter again, and our staff is here to point out some of the best DIY solutions for your needs.

You can use toothpaste to clean your headlights. The process is easy. Get a rag and wet it with warm water. Take a small amount of toothpaste and rub it on the headlights. Another way to restore your headlights requires a little caution.


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Motor Oil Myths Explained

As an informed car owner, it is important to be able to spot the difference between facts and total myths. That is why we here at Woodhouse Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM FIAT felt it was necessary to debunk some of the most common motor oil myths for you.

The first is the old adage that your oil should be changed every 3,000 miles. While this may be the case for some cars, modern technology has greatly increased this number to up to 10,000 miles in some cases. The second is that the "W" in the type of oil…

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P235/75R15, Oh My

It's common to be confused about the numbers on your tires, but we're here to help. Tires are sized differently based on the type of vehicle. When you need new tires, the tire size needs to be read. Numbers are printed on the size of the tire, identifying various details. If you look, the "P" is for a passenger vehicle while the three digits that follow identify the width of the tire in millimeters.

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Don't Let Your Bulbs Get Dark; Service Your Headlights Today

You don't need to be a car expert to know it's important that your car's headlights are working correctly and shining brightly. Chances are if you drive at all, there are times when you must drive in the dark, fog, rain or any other low light conditions, working headlights can, quite literally, be a matter of safety.



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Know the Difference Between 4-Wheel Drive and All-Wheel-Drive

There is some moderate confusion between the terms 4-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive. To many people they mean one in the same thing, but that is not really true. The two systems differ in what vehicle includes them and the use that the vehicle is most likely to be found being used for.

The 4-wheel-drive setup is probably most familiar to most people as it has been around for the longest period of time. 4-wheel-drive uses a lower gear ratio and a split differential to accomplish the four-wheel power. It is used primarily in pickup trucks and off-road SUVs, mainly for off-road…

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