Archive for the ‘Tips & Tricks’ Category
Order Ford OEM Parts & Accessories in Central Minnesota
Local drivers have ordered Ford parts at our central Minnesota dealership for various reasons, whether they need a new OEM part installed by our professional technicians or want to handle installation themselves, our customers are pleased with the convenience that comes with ordering parts from and working with our Kimber Creek Ford team. Continue reading below to learn about ordering Ford OEM parts at Kimber Creek Ford in Pine River, MN.(more…)
Professionally Wax Your Car in Central Minnesota
One of the best things you can do for your vehicle’s paint job is having it waxed. There are numerous benefits that come from doing so, especially before winter hits. If you’re still trying to determine whether your vehicle should be waxed, continue reading below to learn five reasons why you should have your vehicle professionally waxed before the snow, slush, ice, rock salt and other corrosive materials threaten your vehicle’s paint job during each winter drive.(more…)
Fluids to Check in Your Ford Before Winter
There is no denying that winter is coming. Within a matter of months Minnesota goes from a warm, green state to a snow-filled tundra. With it come freezing temperatures, slick roads and an onslaught of snow. Not only is driving in winter more challenging, but the season’s elements also put more strain on the vehicle. It is vital that before the temperatures drop and the weather driver’s check the levels of fluids in their vehicle. Continue reading below to learn which fluids to check in your vehicle before winter.(more…)
When you have a Ford, one of the best things you can do for it is stay up to date on the manufacturer’s recommended service intervals. Whether the service it an oil and filter change, tire rotation, transmission flush, coolant flush or another important form of preventative maintenance, it serves an integral role in the smooth-running of a vehicle. Does your Ford need service near Brainerd, Minnesota? Schedule a service appointment with the professionals at Kimber Creek Ford in Pine River!(more…)
Winter in Minnesota lasts a long time and between the cold temperatures, slippery roads from snow and ice, and long months going an extended amount of time without a car wash, the season can be very difficult on a vehicle. For this reason, it is important for vehicle owners to prepare their vehicles for the harsh Minnesota winter that inevitably rolls around each year. Watch the video below to learn how to get your vehicle ready for the winter months.(more…)
Tips and Tricks for Protecting Your Car’s Paint in Winter Months
Winter in Minnesota can be long and harsh, especially for your car. Not only can it be difficult driving through snow and ice, but the rock salt commonly used on roads is corrosive and can damage paint over time. It is important to take steps to protect your vehicle’s exterior paint during the long winter months, so if you want to learn how, continue reading below.(more…)
For many, the ideal summer consists of warm weather, weekend road trips and cruising around with the windows down. Although it can be fun to keep the windows down and let fresh air in, it isn’t the ideal solution to cooling down in the heat of the summer. Rather, air conditioning is the best way to combat a humid and hot day while driving around. If you vehicle has an A/C system that blows warm air and doesn’t work properly, you don’t have to accept defeat and give up on comfort; instead, schedule an appointment at your local service department. Let’s jump into a few reasons why your vehicle’s air conditioning might be out of commission below!(more…)
There’s been a heated debate in the car community for decades. People often argue if gas or diesel engines are better. Each engine has its own pros and cons, but one of them has to be better than the other. It’s hard to pick an official winner.
A good truck owner takes care of their truck bed. A typical truck bed will take some damage in its lifetime, but we do our best to minimize that damage as much as possible. A truck bed that is full of dents and holes isn’t that appealing after all.
Kids love the winter. Snow on the grounds means building snowmen and throwing snowballs. A lot of snow can also lead to snow days which is even better for kids. If you’re a kid, then it is hard to think of anything better than the snow.