Ask about Fuel System Service at Advantage Lincoln

When driving up a hill, a car could sputter or lose power. Several reasons could cause such a performance issue. The vehicle's fuel pump could be going bad, an issue that may require complicated repairs, depending on the model. Perhaps a simple fuel injection cleaning may be enough. Ultimately, when something seems wrong with the fuel system, getting an inspection done seems appropriate.

The fuel system includes several parts and components that work together to ensure the fuel does its job by making the engine perform its task. 

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Use a Vehicle History Report to Help You Buy a Used Vehicle

There are many unknowns when you are about to purchase a used car or truck. Who was the previous owner? Has the vehicle been in any accidents or suffered other types of damage? Was the car or truck used for business or private use? Is the mileage on the odometer accurate?

At Advantage Lincoln, we want you to make an informed decision before purchasing a used car or truck. We encourage you to ask us for a vehicle history report to help you with your decision. A vehicle history report can answer your questions about a used vehicle so that…

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Luxury and Performance Comes Together in the Lincoln Aviator

Finding a vehicle that combines luxury and performance can be difficult to achieve. Many luxury cars offer the luxurious look and feel in a classy mold while lacking the strength and performance you may need in a vehicle. The Lincoln Aviator is made with both of your needs in mind, combining that luxury appearance with a performance ready car.

The Lincoln Aviator is a three-row vehicle with the ability to seat up to seven in its roomy and captivating interior. Lincoln Aviators are designed with Lincoln Drive Modes, different drive modes to fit whatever driving mood you’re in. Aside…

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What Smart Design Features are on the Lincoln Corsair?

The Lincoln Corsair is one of the best designed compact luxury SUVs for many reasons. That's because Lincoln is always looking to improve their popular luxury SUVs. Here's a look at two of the smartest design features on the Corsair.

The Lincoln Corsair pays attention to every seat in the cabin. That includes the second-row seat. That's why the Corsair comes with a sliding second row seat that allows this compact SUV to have extra leg room. Also, the second-row seat can slide forward to provide extra room for cargo.

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What You Should Keep in Mind When Sharing Local Roads With Bicyclists

The presence of bicyclists on busy roads is something that Fremont motorists cannot ignore. Preparing yourself to drive in their presence is wise, and it will make the situation safer for both the motorists and the cyclists involved. Learning some prominent bicyclist hand signals will go a long way toward being a safer driver when sharing roads with them.

After learning these bicyclists’ hand signals, you will have greater awareness when they are about to turn, stop or change lanes. Additionally, avoiding the use of headphones and other 

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Gaskets Help Your Engine Run Smoothly

Your vehicle’s engine has over 250 individual large and small components. Gaskets are one of the small components of the engine that you may have heard about but may not know what they do. They are not complex, but they are a vital component for the proper functioning of your vehicle’s engine. 

Gaskets provide sealing and cushioning between the surface of two other components. There are several gaskets inside the engine to help keep it running smoothly. Other gaskets outside the engine are used to connect it to other supporting components. The primary function of gaskets is to…

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First-Class Luxury: The 2020 Lincoln Aviator

When it comes to luxurious SUVs, the 2020 Lincoln Aviator is a solid choice. This mid-size SUV is worth the price of admission and much more. Buyers can expect three rows of seating and seven individuals can sit in the cabin. In addition to that, the Aviator offers up to 77.7 cubic-feet of cargo space when the third-row seats are folded down.

On the performance side of things, the 2020 Aviator will drive like nonother in its class. Lincoln has constructed two drivetrains, including rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive. When it comes to powertrains, this mid-size SUV

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Explore the Lincoln Corsair at Advantage Lincoln Today

If high-end design features are what you’re looking for in a vehicle, it’s time to discover all that the Lincoln Corsair has to offer. The popular Corsair is currently in our showroom here in Fremont, and our team is standing by to tell you all about what makes this particular make and model a great choice for your next automotive purchase.

From the mesh-patterned front grille to the rear lighting assemblies, everything about the Corsair was intended to grab attention. The sharply chiseled profile is accentuated by the available exterior paint colors, and the unique wheel design options…

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What is Car Wax and Why You Should Use It?

You have probably heard of car wax. However, you may not know much about this valued item when it comes to a vehicle's exterior appearance. Here is what you need to know about car wax and when you should use it.

Car wax can serve two purposes for your vehicle. First, car wax as a sort of protection for your paint. After you wash and dry your vehicle, you will want to apply car wax. The wax creates a sealant that will prevent dirt, grime and dust from accumulating on the paint of your car. This will help preserve…

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About Vehicle Alignment

Drivers may eventually notice that a vehicle pulls to one side or the other when driving down the road. Misalignment also often causes a strange vibrating sensation and sound during travel. When these events occur, the tires or wheels often require realignment.

In order to realign tires and wheels, our Advantage Lincoln technicians first determine if the wheel has an inward or outward angle when looking at the front of the vehicle. A camber misalignment may be caused by worn ball joints, bearings or other suspension parts.

 

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