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Driving Tips - My Vehicle | Ford Jordan
Do not practice quick stops more than once without letting the brakes cool off; Quick stops. With your vehicle traveling at 25-30 mph or 40-48 kph, try to make as quick a stop as possible. Press firmly on the brake pedal to get a sense of just how effective your anti-lock brake system can be in an emergency. Swerving.
Battery Service - Vehicle Services | Ford Jordan
Battery Service. Preventive battery maintenance is important. If you’ve got a dead battery, you’re stranded. That’s why it’s important to keep your battery free of corrosion and to have it checked regularly by the people who know your vehicle’s electrical system inside and out at your Ford or Lincoln Dealership.. You’ll help keep your battery at its very best, and our technicians
Engine Service - Vehicle Services | Ford KSA
Engine Service Your engine is the most complex component in your vehicle, and only the experts at Ford and Lincoln Dealerships are fully qualified to make sure yours is running at its best. They know every sensor, every wire and every hose – no matter how new your vehicle is.
Brake Service - Vehicle Services | Ford KSA
Checking and toping off brake fluid at every appointment; A thorough brake inspection every 15,000 miles or 24,000 kilometers In between visits, you should also: Avoid riding the brakes on flat and sloped surfaces; Check and refill brake fluid at least once a year using Motorcraft ® Brake Fluid
Oil Change - Vehicle Services | Ford Afghanistan
Drive off-road frequently; Use E85 fuel more than 50 percent of the time; All Oil is the Same. An oil change isn’t just an oil change. At the dealership, regular scheduled maintenance is designed to keep your vehicle driving at its best.
Fuel Saving Tips - My Vehicle | Ford Lebanon
Idling reduces average fuel economy. Cars with larger engines typically waste more gas at idle than do cars with smaller engines. If you know you’ll be stopped for a while, it’s actually better to turn off your engine instead of idling. Use Cruise Control