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How does the Ford Flex look from the front?

One of the distinctive features that denotes any vehicle is the appearance from the front. Owners of vehicles want the vehicle to be more than a practical delivery system, taking people from place to place. Appearance is a key issue that draws the eye of passersby.

In the Ford Flex, every trim comes with a definitive frontal appearance that creates an image of luxury. Tinted windows hover above a front with FLEX written in large bold chrome letters across the front. Below the name is a chrome grille that extends across the face of the vehicle that stylishly includes the…

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Putting the Ford Focus Against the Nissan Sentra

At Ed Koehn Ford of Wayland, we want to make sure it is easy to find all of the most important information when choosing which vehicle will be the best for your life. We take a look at some of the most popular competitors, showing you how Ford models can offer many advantages. We want to take a look at the Ford Focus and the Nissan Sentra, showing you how the Focus offers more features, and offers other benefits over the Sentra.

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Signs That Your Ignition Needs to be Checked

There are a number of reasons why your car ignition may not be working correctly. It could also be issues with your key, battery, or starter as well. If your car stalls suddenly or doesn't start at all, your ignition line may have been severed or it could be a manufacturer defect.

Most of the time your warranty will cover ignition switches up to a certain year or mileage. It may also be a transponder key issue or a broken key that is too worn out to turn the ignition correctly. 

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Here is the Right Way to Test Your Car's Battery

Testing your car battery will help you to identify if it needs to be replaced in the near future. To safely test the car battery, you'll need work gloves, safety glasses, a voltmeter, and small wire brush. Turn the vehicle off, open the hood and give the battery terminals a good inspection. If there's any corrosion, use the wire brush to create a good contact point.

Take the red cable from the voltmeter and attach to your battery positive terminal. Take the black cable from the voltmeter and attach to your battery negative terminal. 

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