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Your Battery is Too Important to Ignore

A car's battery is no minor component. The battery is essential for starting the vehicle's engine, as well as working to power all of the many electrical components present in your car. These include everything from headlights, wipers, turn signals, and more. If your car's battery fails, you can be in for some major problems. Luckily, there are a few signs you can look for to help you tell when your battery is starting to fail.

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2017 Ford Fusion Makes Waves with AutoGuide.com Critics

Are you on the hunt for a midsize sedan? Well, if so, we here Fiesta Ford Inc. think you might like to have a good, long look at ours, the 2017 Fusion.

And why's that, exactly?

Click "play" on the clip below to find out; here now with more on all things Fusion is AutoGuide.com Managing Editor Jodi Lai:

The Fusion's penultimate engine, a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder, is arguably one of its most impressive.

Available as an option on the SE trim -- and standard on the Titanium and Platinum -- the turbo-four pushes out a potent 240…

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Ford Works to Develop Standardized Signals for Autonomous Cars to Replace Human Gestures

You approach a crosswalk, but before you step out into the road, you notice a driver is preparing to make a turn. She makes eye contact with you and gives a slight nod. You nod back, and cross the street.

Simple human-to-human communication like that is something we all take for granted, because, well, we're humans. Our brains evolved over millions of years to be intuitively perceptive of social signals. Computers have quite a learning curve ahead of them.

What happens when driverless cars start becoming more common? Ford Motor Company has already been testing its self-driving Fusion Hybrid…

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More Details on the 2018 Ford F-150 Raptor Arise

The fine folks over at The Fast Lane got the opportunity to take a 2018 Ford F -150 Raptor out on the road and they really enjoyed it! While they drove, in the video below, you'll also hear about some updates coming to the 2018 model year of this off-roading truck. On top of having a couple new exterior color choices to pick, it also has a restyled tailgate with the Ford logo and the F-150 name stamped into the metal. Lastly, the old Sony sound system has been replaced by a bang & Olufsen O&B PLAY premium sound…

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Remember, 2018 Mustang Drivers: With Great Line-Lock Power Comes Great Responsibility

Achieving burnout, i.e. smoking tires, on most civilian-model cars is a precarious task. If you do it wrong, you could damage your transmission, or simply fail to get the wheels spinning in place.

Drag racers don't have time for all that, so most pros use track-modified vehicles with a line-lock system, which simply holds the brakes on the front wheels so the rear wheels can spin. This technology is now standard on all 2018 Ford Mustang models.

There are few things more exhilarating than generating a huge plume of smoke as your engine roars and tires scream against…

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The Signs It's Time for Brake Service in Indio

 

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The ability to stop on a dime is imperative to your safety on the Indio roads. How do you make sure that you'll always be able to do that? With routine brake service and maintenance. Be sure to recognize the signs that it's time for brake service.

  • Brake pads should be at least a quarter of an inch thick. When they become thinner than that because of wear and tear, it's time to replace them. If you wait until they're…
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Ford Hits the Mark with its Handsome Hatch, the 2017 Focus RS

Seemingly in an effort to solidify its place in the world of hot hatchbacks, Ford's released an outstanding one -- the Focus RS -- for the 2017 model year.

So, as such, we at Fiesta Ford Inc. thought we'd provide you with a closer look today. Team up with AutoGuide.com Road Test Editor Dan Ilika to discover that which the Focus RS brings to the table:

Beneath the bonnet of this beast, a turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine holds court with a six-speed manual transmission. Served up standard with an all-wheel-drive platform, overall output for the Focus RS checks…

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