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Is your vehicle sometimes hard to start? Chances are all you need is a quick jump start. While you can call a jump start car service like AAA, it is easy and often more time-saving to jump start a car yourself. However, you don’t want to keep jump starting your vehicle. Check out our guide on how to properly jump start a car and schedule a service appointment with our service team should you need your vehicle repaired.
Instead of waiting on the side of a Bethlehem road, you can always jump start your car on your own. Simply call up a friend that has a vehicle with a fully charged battery and a set of jumper cables. Once they show up, follow these instructions:
When your car won’t jump start, this could mean a number of things. It could mean the battery is dead and needs to be replaced or it could be a sign of an issue with the electrical system. Here are a few tips for troubleshooting the issue:
If you’re in need of a new battery, check out our parts department. With our large inventory and available parts specials, you can save more on the parts you need for your model’s repair job. If you’re needing your transmission fluid checked, contact our service center! In the meantime, if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us!
With so many new fuel efficient cars on the market, you may be tempted to upgrade. But, you don’t necessarily need a new car in order to get better gas mileage. These tips can help you boost the fuel efficiency in your current vehicle.
When you drive a fantastic vehicle like the Mazda CX-5, it’s important to maintain it well. Fortunately, this can actually be very easy. All you have to do is ensure that it gets the right service at the right times. This guide will help you create an effective schedule.
With gas prices hitting record highs, fuel-efficiency in cars is at the top of mind for many American drivers. Here at Young Mazda, our dealers have noticed that an increasing amount of buyers are inquiring about fuel efficiency, and one of the most common questions is whether used cars are more fuel-efficient than new cars….