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What's the Most Common Check Engine Light Repair?

When this part isn't working properly, it can lead to a significant 40 percent decrease in fuel economy. And we all know that less mpg means one has to spend more money at the gas station. Plus, when this part is faulty it may cause engine damage and bothersome performance problems. What part is it exactly? Read more to find out.

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Timing Belts: When Do They Need to Be Replaced?

Timing belt replacement isn't a repair you want to put off.  Skipping this service can result in costly damage to your valves, or worse, your car's engine. If your mechanic has given you a heads up that your timing belt is in danger of breaking, or if you notice any of the following signs, it's time to get your Ford serviced.

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2015 F-150 Takes Cargo Management to New Heights

The next-generation 2015 Ford F-150 is headed to Phoenix! You may already know about its new light-weight aluminum structure and elevated hauling and trailering abilities, but you may not have heard much about its patented new BoxLink cargo management system, segment-first cargo ramps and new remote tailgate! In this post, we're offering up details about these new features and how they'll help make it easier for you to organize and load cargo. Read more for details.

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Jay Leno Drives Ford Woodie Restomod

If you've ever heard the Beach Boy's "Surfin' Safari," you may remember a reference to the Woodie, a unique type of wagon first developed in the 1930s, which featured wood framework and lots of room for surfboards and such. In a recent episode of "Jay Leno's Garage," the crew didn't go on a surfin' safari, but they did enjoy a uniquely Californian experience driving a 1937 Ford Woodie restomod through LA. Check out the video now!

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Would You Do this to Avoid a Parking Ticket?

If you've ever seen your car being towed away, perhaps for mistakenly being in a no parking area, you probably understand just how frustrated the guy in this video is. Along with being stuck without a car, there are also fines and/or parking tickets to deal with. But even considering all this, would you attempt to get your vehicle back while it's in the middle of being towed? This guy did. Click "read more" to check out the video.

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2015 Mustang Is in Production & on Its Way Soon

At the end of August, the all-new 2015 Mustang started production at Ford's Flat Rock Assembly Plant in Michigan. That means new models will soon be on their way to Camelback Ford and we can't wait! The sixth-generation pony car celebrates its 50th anniversary with a comprehensive redesign that 'Stang enthusiasts will be more than pleased with. Read more for details about its key changes. Plus, see video of the new Mustang in production.

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Arizona Resident Gets to Challenge the All-New F-150

A few months ago, Ford asked truck owners across the nation to concoct the toughest, most challenging tasks they could for the newly redesigned 2015 F-150. The automaker received over 15,000 responses, from which they selected four winners who recently got to put the truck through their own unique durability tests. One of those winners was Brian Schober, an Arizona resident who works as a test engineer in Yuma. On a day-to-day basis, he puts military vehicles through their paces to make sure they're ready for the battlefield. So what challenge did he think up for the 2015…

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