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When It's Time to Get Your Alternator Checked

The alternator on your car is an important piece of equipment. Once your alternator stops working, your battery will quickly lose power. The alternator rejuvenates your battery, recycling the energy and keeping your battery at near full capacity.

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Wait No Longer! Schedule Auto Service Online

Customer service is our top priority! At Devils Lake Chrysler Center, we take the stress out of routine maintenance. No longer do you have do deal with annoying answering machines, wondering when your appointment is scheduled or trying to get in for a walk-in appointment. Now it's all simply done with one click!

We understand your busy schedule and and want to work with you to ensure the best service at the most convenient time. Using our simple online scheduling, our auto service department makes it easy for you to let us know what service you would like to…

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Ram 1500 Big Horn Offers a Mighty Driving Experience

Searching for a truck is a big job, as you want to make sure that you end up purchasing something that you will love to drive around the Devils Lake, ND region. If you are going to invest money in a truck, you want to find something that will give you a good driving experience. The Ram 1500 Big Horn is a great investment for you. Here’s why!

The Ram 1500 Big Horn puts all of the information that you need as a driver together in one spot where you can see it easily as you are driving. 

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When Is It Time for Your Car to Get an Oil Change?

Older cars have slightly different rules when it comes to maintenance. When you purchased your first vehicle, you were probably advised to get an oil change even 3,000 miles. However, if you're in the market for a new car, there are some things you should know about oil changes.

For newer cars, you may be able to go about 5,000 miles before your car is in need of an oil change. There are even some models that only require an oil change every 7,500 miles. When you get the oil changed too often, you'll be…

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Understand the Difference Between AWD and 4WD Before You Make Your Purchase

Off-road capable vehicles are enjoying some of their highest popularity levels ever right now. With all of the trucks, SUV's, and crossover vehicles available to choose from today, there certainly is no shortage of options if you are in the market for one.

But before you make that final decision, be sure that you understand the difference in those offerings. This is important because some of these vehicles are offered with all-wheel drive (AWD) while others are offered in 4-wheel drive (4WD).

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Why are Genuine Replacement Auto Parts the Right Choice?

If you have ever bought your parts from a discount auto parts center before, you either struggled to make the part fit correctly or you discovered it didn't last very long. The reasons you should be buying your auto parts with us at Devils Lake Chrysler Center as numerous, so let’s start to break them down.

The inventory at the dealership is completely stocked with everything you will need for your vehicle from brake pads, wipers, bulbs, filters, fuses, to struts. Lower quality aftermarket parts are usually purchased from overseas manufacturers that make use of inferior materials.

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The Tire Selection Process

There are some people who choose all-season tires that can be great regardless of the specific season. There are other people who are enthusiastic about winter tires that can take on sleet and snow with expertise. There are even drivers who focus specifically on tires for trucks. 

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How to Transport Food without Making a Mess

Traveling during the holidays can present some problems, especially if you plan to transport food on the way to visit loved ones. Here are some tips to avoid making a mess of your vehicle:

  • Make sure that all your food is properly sealed before you box it up. Containers that are not sealed tightly are prone to leaks and spills.
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