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How to Remove Odors from Your Vehicle

Here at our dealership, we believe in vehicle owners being well-informed when it comes to taking care of their vehicle, and knowing how to remove offensive odors from your car, truck, or SUV is no exception.

It's no secret that strong odors can be difficult to eliminate from a vehicle. However, the tips listed below can help prevent and banish unwanted smells in your car, truck, or SUV.

• Remove trash from the vehicle
• Wipe or vacuum up tracked-in dirt immediately
• Soak up fresh spills with paper or cloth towels and shampoo/clean the area as soon as possible
• Industrial-strength…

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Car Detailing: How To Get Rid Of Pet Hair With Fabric Softener

Cleaning up after your canine or feline companion is rarely an easy task. This is especially true after you've taken your pet for a long ride in your new car. The good news is that eliminating stubborn accumulations of pet hair can be quick and easy with the right strategies. At Jaguar Tulsa, we want motorists to know the latest and most effective tricks for keeping their vehicle interiors pristine.

How Fabric Softener Can Help

​After countless efforts to vacuum your upholstery and floors, you'll likely find that there's still a goodly number of pet hairs adhering…

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Knowing What to Look For With Your Starter

While a lot of people find breakdowns and car trouble to be unexpected, a lot of cases of car trouble are not unexpected. A lot of signs come before the vehicle actually gets to a point it is unable to function. One of the areas that have a lot of signs before breakdown is the starter.

One sign to look for with your starter in the case that it is going bad is that it is soaked with oil. If it is soaked in oil, then there is very likely very little time left in the starter. Therefore, it needs…

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Why Synthetic Oil is So Good


Changing the motor oil on your vehicle is an important part of vehicle maintenance, and at Jaguar Tulsa, we want you to be an informed driver who knows the importance of using the correct motor oil. Does your vehicle require synthetic motor oil? Why is synthetic motor oil so good for your vehicle?

Synthetic and synthetic-blend motor oil is said to be the best quality motor oil you can use for your vehicle. It’s made from high-quality chemical components and provides the utmost protection for your car’s engine. Its benefits include:
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• Higher viscosity index
• Less loss through evaporation…
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Why You Should Keep Your Tires Properly Inflated


At Jaguar Tulsa, our service technicians can help you keep your tires properly inflated. It is vital to make certain that your tires aren't over-inflated or under-inflated because both can cause serious problems.

A tire that is under-inflated will be soft, which will put more strain on the outside edges of the tire. Not only does this create extra rolling resistance that makes your vehicle work harder, it can also hinder fuel economy. Tires that are under-inflated are subject to blowouts because the tread wears quickly and unevenly. When a tire is over-inflated, it will cause excessive 

 

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Check on Low-Mileage Oil Change Suggestions

The time has come for an oil change, literally. "Literally" means the time-expiration point on the oil change arrived. Most manufacturers suggest changing a vehicle's oil at 5,000 miles or six months. Used oil, oil run through the motor for thousands of miles, can't reduce friction well. Neither can old oil. Unfortunately, many drivers don't know old oil doesn't work too well.

Lack of knowledge won't prevent horrific damage from befalling an engine. Motor vehicle parts aren't forgiving. They can't override the laws of physics for their owners. 

 

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Checking Your Tires Before Replacement

If you're concerned about when to get new tires, there are a few things to look for before you spend money unnecessarily. An easy way that you can determine if you need new tires is to look at the tread. If there are slick areas on your tires, then you should invest in a new set.

After being exposed to the sun and other weather elements for an extended period of time in Tulsa, your tires can begin to deteriorate. Dry rot can occur on the outer edges of your tires if they are left in extreme weather elements…

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Choose Winter Tires for Your SUV

When you drive an SUV, it is important that you have the proper tires to help keep you safe during the winter months. Choosing the right tire for your vehicle will also provide optimal driving performance during the colder months.

If you want to maximize snow and ice traction from your winter tires without having to use winter tire studs, light truck/SUV studless ice and snow tires are an ideal option. Whether you are a truck owner or an SUV, this option will provide you with convenience and enhance your driving experience. 

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Tips for Caring for Your Car in the Winter Months

You need to do what you can to care for your car in cold weather just as you need to throughout the year. There are certain things that you should pay attention to when the weather is colder in order to keep your vehicle in good shape and in order to stay safe in that vehicle.

It is important that you check your windshield wipers as you enter the winter months and that you make sure that they are working correctly. You should make sure that the blades on those wipers are in good shape and that they are ready…

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What Does the Alternator Do?

The alternator is the one part of the charging system that is often mistaken for another. Most people think the car battery is responsible for powering the devices in your car, when it is in fact the alternator.

Keep up with your charging system maintenance checks and you'll be in a better position to avoid having a breakdown on the road and needing a tow to get emergency service. Once the alternator fails, you may not be able to operate the vehicle safely any longer. 

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