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Why does the check engine light on your dashboard matter?

The check engine light on your dashboard serves as an indicator that something is wrong with your vehicle’s engine system. This can be something small and simple like a loose gas cap, or it can be something much more serious. One of the few ways to know for sure is to get your car inspected and repaired if needed. Caring for your care is more than just paying for funds and services; it’s choosing a team that will care about your car as much as you do...

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What Kind of Rock Chip is Your Windshield?

There are many different kinds of rock chips. Some are little; some are big. Some look like a half moon, some are a combination, some look like a bull’s eye, and some look like a star. But no matter what kind of windshield chip you get, the best plan of action is to get it repaired right away to avoid getting cracks in your windshield. Once that happens, then it's pretty much impossible to fix, and you will need to get a new windshield. And who wants to have to replace their old windshield? At least when it…

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Which Motor Oil Best Suits My Car?

If you do not have an immediate plan to purchase one of our used cars here at Fiesta Motors, then let’s talk about which motor oil you should use for your current vehicle. Everyone should know the good work that oil does to cars. It is like a sponge that has the capability to hold fluids and pick up dirt. The motor oil picks up contaminants that can damage your car’s engine. You will only have to change the oil regularly for the engine to be at its best. Also, the type of oil you applied could limit…

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Come See a Used Ford Escape Today!

The Ford Escape is one of the most dependable and quality made vehicles around. If you want something that is reliable, it is hard to get any better than a Ford Escape, new or used. Over time, you will save a lot of money on gas with the higher fuel economy than many other vehicles. With all of the trendy features that you can get on a used Ford Escape, now is a favorable point in time to make a purchase and take your vehicle to a new level. There are exciting features offered to enjoy like Traction Control, Speed-Sensing…

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Is Synthetic Oil Really Better For My Car?

For most, car ownership is a big financial investment. One of the best ways to keep it is to properly maintain it. Oil changes are vital to vehicles, because over time oil breaks down and becomes filled with debris. As dirty oil moves through the engine it is not lubricated properly and will break down.

Generally you have two options: synthetic or conventional oil.

While synthetics are more expensive, they have been proven to provide better protection and performance in today's engines. Synthetics keep engines cleaner by removing more deposits...
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Understanding Regular Oil Changes and How They Work

Having regular maintenance performed on your vehicle is important because it helps prevent expensive problems down the road. Problems can be found and rectified before major repairs are required.

Having regular oil changes protects the parts in your car. It keeps certain parts separated and prevents wear, friction and damage from occurring. Clean oil also carries away a portion of the heat your car generates, so your car’s engine temperature does not rise. The oil circulates through your engine and as it lubricates it picks up dirt which helps keep your engine clean...

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Keep Your Car’s Interior Looking Fresh With These Tips

Embrace your daily commute in style with a clean car, truck, or SUV from Fiesta Motors! Whether you start the year off in a new used car from our dealership or shine up your current vehicle, you can enjoy a confident carpool with routine cleaning and service. Are you a big fan of DIY projects? If so, you’ll probably love these easy DIY car detailing tips!

  • The first step to deep cleaning your car’s interior is to clear out all unnecessary items from the cabin. This includes jackets, trash, toys, CDs, and more – anything that is not tied…
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Thrive This Winter With a Seasonal Service Appointment

With the start of the chilly winter season and the new year, now is the ideal time for you to consider scheduling a seasonal service appointment for your new or used vehicle at our Lubbock dealership! Bring your truck, car, van, or SUV in to Fiesta Motors for a routine check-up to ensure that your model performs well this month and beyond.

Whether your vehicle is relatively brand new or you’ve enjoyed many miles of fun and adventure, it is important to keep up with the routine service appointments recommended by the car’s manufacturer.

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A Cheap Used Car Can Be Shockingly Strong!

In a previous blog, we warned that your truck's real-world towing capacity may not be as high as advertised. Trying to haul or tow a heavier load than your vehicle was designed for can create all sorts of hazards, including:

  • Destroying your transmission
  • Overheating the engine
  • Trailer sway
  • Difficulty braking
  • Trailer pulling vehicle downhill
  • Blown-out tires
  • Front end leaving the ground
  • Hitch coupling failure

Essentially, if you drive over your vehicle's weight limit, you will be lucky to reach your destination in one piece! Yet, on the other hand, we are always stunned by how even the...

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How to Travel Safe with Your Dog Even in Sweltering Lubbock TX Heat

Traveling with your dog can pose a significant challenge to pet-loving Texans. It's hot here -- dangerously hot for a dog -- almost all year long. A parked car in the sun can reach a scorching 130 degrees Fahrenheit in an hour, enough to overheat a human, and more than enough to kill a dog whose only body-temperature regulation comes from panting.

So how do you keep Fido safe?

  • Never leave a dog alone in the car. If the windows are rolled up, they can overheat. If the windows are rolled down, they can jump out. If they are tied to…
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