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Is Your Exhaust Leaking?

Some vehicle problems are difficult to spot. However, your vehicles exhaust system will likely give you quite a few signs that there is a leak. You may hear a loud rumbling noise as you drive or you may find that your fuel efficiency is significantly decreased. Your gas pedal may also vibrate as you drive. It’s critical that you pay attention to all of these different signs as you drive in Tulsa, OK.

If you think that you have an exhaust leak, the best thing that you can do is get your vehicle checked out. Our vehicle technicians at…

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Learn How to Safely Test Your Car's Battery


To test the strength of your car battery, you need to have a voltmeter and a little understanding of how to read the meter.
  1. Begin my making sure the car lights are not on and the ignition is turned off.
  2. If the car battery does have some corrosion build-up on the terminals, use a small wire brush to make the terminals clean.
  3. To the positive end of the battery goes to red cable from the voltmeter. To the negative end of the battery goes to black cable from the voltmeter.
  4. Looking closely at the meter, the needle should be above…
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Is Your Timing Belt Causing Issues?

You probably will never notice a timing belt until a funny sound starts occurring in your car engine. Timing belts are important to keep your engine running correctly. It moves the crankshaft and camshaft in sync so that your engine turns at the right time.

Timing belts have changed over the years. In the past, they were made of timing chains. Newer timing belts are made of rubber or strong nylon cords. If you need to replace your timing belt, it's good to know what kind of timing belt is best for your vehicle.

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Keep Your Brake Pads in Top Shape

An intersection. They are often filled with traffic and require a high level of caution when executing a turn, stop, or movement at a green light. At any time, another car that is on the opposite side your vehicle could disobey a traffic light and force you to quickly apply your brakes. Thanks to brake pads, this is possible to do with little stress.

However, brake pads are sometimes ignored when it comes to having them maintained and checked for wear and tear. The brake fluid and pistons allow the brake pads to touch the wheel discs.

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Stay Safe and Out of Trouble with Properly Working Headlights

If you notice that one of your headlights has gone out, you might be tempted to just let it be and to drive around for a while with your car as it is. You should not give in to that temptation, but you should instead have your headlight replaced.

If you drive around with one headlight out, there is a chance that you will be stopped and that you will be cited. There is also a chance that something bad could happen to you as you do not show up as well as you do with two headlights. It is…

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How Much Do You Know about the Move Over Laws?

Imagine yourself buying a brand new car at Jaguar Tulsa and crashing it right into an emergency worker working on the side of the highway in the greater Tulsa, OK area. Yeah, you definitely would have dented your car.

You might not consider it, but more than 200 emergency workers lose their lives each year, according to the National Traffic Incident Management Coalition, because people like you drive too close and crash…

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What to Look For When You're Stuck on Icy Roads


We here at Jaguar Tulsa know that although the snow is beautiful, it isn't always the best condition to be driving in. One of the most abundant questions we at Jaguar Tulsa get asked is what to use in winter to help with traction. When this question comes up there is but three things that come to mind. Salt, sand or kitty litter. When your car is stuck, and you need a way out, any of these three things can help you get out of the rut and moving once more.
  • Salt - Although it is said to use salt…
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Tread Length and Your Tires


With the blistering cold of winter upon us, it's that time of the year again to make sure everything in and on your car is ready for the snow and blow of winter. Fluids have to be changed or topped off, wiper blades checked, and of course brakes and tires.

Speaking of tires, did you know that the old adage about only needing tread as thick as the space between Lincoln's head and the top of a penny is actually false? It's about five times more than that to make a safe stop. If your tread is…
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