OEM vs. Aftermarket Parts

February 20th, 2019 by
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When it’s time to take your new vehicle or used vehicle into the repair shop or authorized service center, you’ll want to know what type of parts you are getting. Learn the benefits of OEM parts and aftermarket parts at Jaguar Palm Beach and visit our parts center when it’s time to get replacement parts for your vehicle in…

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New Jaguar 10 Year/100,000 Mile Warranty

October 8th, 2018 by
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Contact Us When you invest in a luxury vehicle like a new Jaguar, you want to make sure that it will be well taken care of so you can enjoy it on Boca Raton roads for a long time to come. With the new Jaguar warranty available at Jaguar Palm Beach, we can do just that. Learn more…

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What Do Your Brake Pads Do?

June 22nd, 2018 by
What Do Your Brake Pads Do?

Your brake pads are important parts of your car’s braking system. When you step on your brakes, devices called calipers squeeze down on your brake rotors, slowing them and your wheels to a stop. Since this puts a lot of friction on your brakes and can do serious damage to them, there needs to be…

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Difference Between Spare Tires: Choosing Full-Size or Compact

April 26th, 2018 by
Difference Between Spare Tires: Choosing Full-Size or Compact

Have you ever noticed a car riding on a donut tire? The car tends to tilt as it can’t support the full load. Compact tires are emergency spare tires that are meant to get you back on the road and to the shop to fix the original flat. In some cases, you can drive a…

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Why is Engine Cooling & Radiator Service Maintenance So Vital?

April 16th, 2018 by
Why is Engine Cooling & Radiator Service Maintenance So Vital?

The cooling system in your vehicle is comprised of a number of moving parts that all have to be working together to protect your car engine. The water pump is moved by a belt, and unless the belt is tight, the pump cannot move coolant fast enough. Add into the mix that the bearings inside…

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How to Know if Your Exhaust is Leaking

March 23rd, 2018 by
How to Know if Your Exhaust is Leaking

Driving around with a leaking exhaust can be extremely dangerous. It could end up sending carbon monoxide into the cabin, which is deadly. If you suspect your exhaust is leaking, the first thing you should do is schedule an appointment at a service center. There are a few tips to help you determine if you…

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How to Easily Test Your Car’s Battery Today

March 13th, 2018 by
How To Easily Test Your Car's Battery Today

When the battery in your car has been giving you trouble, testing it could make the difference in you getting stranded or a new battery in a timely manner. Once the car ignition and the lights are off, open the hood and locate the battery. If the terminals on the battery appear to have any…

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How Do Brake Pads Work?

February 24th, 2018 by

Since brake pads take so much abuse on a regular basis, they require a durable and affordable material. Most vehicles use pads that are made from a mixture of iron, copper, steel, and graphite to provide them with the strength they need to stand up to the friction and heat required to stop your vehicle…

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Keep Your Vehicle On The Road With Periodic Belt And Hose Inspections

February 14th, 2018 by

It may be surprising, but even something as small as a belt or hose can leave you stuck on the side of the road if it fails on you. That is why it is important to include them in your monthly maintenance routine. In truth, taking care of your belts and hoses is pretty simple….

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Why Tire Tread Depth is Very Important For Safe Driving

January 18th, 2018 by

Without the proper tread depth, your chances of getting into an accident also increase. The main purpose of tire tread is to keep water churning out from under the tire during inclement weather. Without it, the water gets trapped under it, making it very slippery. In fact, a study conducted by Smithers Rapa in 2013…

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