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Explore the Chrysler 300's Interior

You have likely heard of the Chrysler 300. It is a beloved full-size, luxury sedan. We love the model's distinct design and exceptional interior. Let's explore that interior together now.

True luxury cars must feature comfort, and the 300 offers you plenty of that. Most of the 300's trim packages include leather-trimmed seats, and you can enjoy eight adjustment controls. 

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Why Your Tire Pressure Light Might Be On

Just looking at your tires is often not enough to tell if the air pressure is too high or too low. Many new cars have a Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS) to let you know if the pressure is correct. If not, you may want us to check out your tires. Stop at Bryden Motors and see how we can help.

Even if you have a TPMS, you should still monitor your tire pressure periodically. There are many reasons why your tire pressure light might be on.

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Which Wheel Drive Is Right for You?

Here at Bryeden Motors, we strive to provide drivers with the information they need to make an informed decision. Many customers struggle when choosing between all-wheel drive, front wheel drive and rear wheel drive vehicles. The truth is, each transmission system has its own unique pros and cons.

Rear wheel drive vehicles are durable and offer drivers superior handling, but they lack traction in inclement weather.

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Changing A Flat Tire Is Simpler Than You Might Think

If you haven't had to deal with changing a flat tire, chances are you will if you drive long enough. If you are inexperienced with it then it can be somewhat of an intimidating thing. Fortunately, if you know what you are doing then it really isn't that bad. Just follow these steps and you will be back on your way shortly.

  • Break the lug nuts loose while the car is still on the ground with the lug wrench
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Warning Signs of a Failing Differential

There are several signs that a knowledgeable driver will recognize as differential issues. The first sign comes when you notice a small amount of differential fluid or gear oil around your differential housing. The fluid could indicate a leak in the differential housing gasket or the output axle bearing. In either case, a small leak turns into a large leak as the miles add up. 

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Some Important Facts About Tire Rotations

If you want to avoid tread wear and prolong the life of your tires, you should have them rotated as part of your car's regular maintenance. Rotating your tires gives you a smoother ride and eases the stress on your car's suspension system.

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A Tale of Two Mufflers

Muffler technology has changed significantly since the days of the muscle cars of the 1960s and 70s. The distinctive sound of these iconic cars was produced by straight-through designed mufflers using early absorptive technology. Now, reactive muffler technology makes the world a quieter place.

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Keeping Your Vehicle Fully Fueled is an Important Part of Winter Maintenance

As temperatures and conditions fluctuate wildly in the winter months, it is important to keep all fluid levels full, but one that is of greatest daily impact is your fuel system.

During the winter months, your fuel system fights the elements just as much as any other part of your vehicle. Due to the high ethanol content in today's gasolines, condensation can easily occur in your fuel system. 

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