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The First Day of Summer Means It's Time for Your Seasonal Maintenance

With the showers of spring firmly in the rearview mirror, the intense heat of the summer months is upon us. Changes in temperature can have a drastic effect on your vehicle, so it's important always to be prepared for the unexpected. That said, the factory-certified technicians at Ed Koehn Ford are equipped with state-of-the-art tools and technology to keep our customers from around Belding and Cedar Springs safe this summer.

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Why Buy from Ed Koehn Ford Lincoln of Greenville?

Ready to shop for a car? Go to a dealership you can trust. Ed Koehn has been selling cars in the Greenville, MI area for over 30 years, dating back to 1985 when he started the first Nissan dealership in Michigan. Today, Ed Koehn Ford Lincoln of Greenville is one of the fastest growing dealerships in the state, with a massive selection of new and used cars, trucks, and SUVs. We owe much of our success to the way we treat our customers. Everyone who walks through our doors is greeted with a friendly smile and a hearty "hello". We…

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Prepare For Winter By Servicing Your Vehicle Today!

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Winter is well on its way and before it arrives in full force, drivers from Michigan will want to prepare their vehicle for the snow, ice, and cold temperatures that will make an appearance before we know it.

How do you prepare your vehicle for the winter? There are many routine maintenance and car preparations that you can do to ensure that your car, truck, SUV, or van is ready for whatever may come your way.

  • Oil Change - While this should be done regularly, if you've been putting it off, now is a good time to make sure that…
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What is a Voltmeter?

Your car’s battery carries a charge measured in volts. The battery produces this charge through the chemical reaction produced when a positively charged lead pole and a negatively charged lead pole are immersed in a sulfuric acid solution. The charge builds to a given potential regulated by the amount of oppositely charged poles used. The charge in a battery is measured using a voltmeter.

A voltmeter is a device that measures the electrical potential difference between tow oppositely charged units. In the case of your car’s battery, these units are the positive and negative poles. 

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Signs That Your Ignition Needs Immediate Service

Car ignition switches can go bad for one reason or another. Many people think that their ignition has failed, when it may be another issue with the battery or starter. Ignition switch problems can cause car stalling or may not be able to even turn on the car. What do you do in this situation?

The first thing would be check the key. Is your key worn out and not turning in the ignition switch? This could be a sign that you need a new key or perhaps the transponder in your key is not working with the vehicle's…

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