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Your Vehicle's Differential Helps Get You Going

Most people know that the power to make your vehicle go is generated in the engine. What many people fail to realize however is just how that power is used to make the wheels turn, and the car moves forward. Luckily, we here at Page Toyota are here to give you the basics about your vehicle's differential which helps keep you going.

When the engine generates power, the transmission in your vehicle transmits this power to your differential. The differential is located near the axles and helps them spin thus moving the car forward.

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Engine Overheating? Bring It in for Our Engine Cooling & Radiator Service

Have you noticed your vehicle losing steam from under its hood or is antifreeze pooling under the radiator? You should bring it in for an inspection by our automotive technicians.

Modern engines today have complex cooling systems to keep them from overheating for a good reason. An overheated engine can suffer serious or irreparable damage, and even if it doesn't, there's nothing convenient about an engine breakdown on the road. It can be a challenge, though, to locate the place where a leak is happening or determine why the cooling fan isn't running as it should.

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Switch Lanes Safely with the Toyota Tundra

When you buy a truck, you know that the driving experience that you have with that vehicle might be a little different from what you would have with a sedan. The Toyota Tundra is set up with help to keep you safe as you drive it about in Southfield, MI.

If you are concerned about switching lanes and how you will be able to do that in a safe way, the Toyota Tundra has help for you. This vehicle is set up with a Blind Spot Monitor that will help you know what is to the side of you and…

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Planning For a Safe Holiday Road Trip

Going on a road trip can be a total blast. Road trips can be great opportunities to bond with your favorite people. They can be a lot of fun for people who want to check out all sorts of sights, too. If you want to make the most out of your trip, however, you have to plan well.

That involves quite a few things. It's critical to take your vehicle in for inspection and maintenance work in advance. It's just as critical to put together an in-depth kit that can cover you in the event of roadside emergencies…
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The Difference Between All-Wheel and Four-Wheel Drive


Often times in Southfield, we find ourselves traveling rough roads. Discovering what best fits your needs what we do at Page Toyota, helping you decide whether all-wheel or four-wheel drive suits your given situation.

All-wheel drive is a must when you plan on driving on various sorts of tough terrain. The reason it helps in tougher terrain is that the car's system uniquely interacts with each wheel. By doing so, the entire vehicle can adapt to the changing conditions surround each tire.

Four-wheel drive is for the long haulers. If you have a truck that...
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A Car's Price Tag Is Not Its Full Cost

If you're like most drivers, then you likely have a particular budget you must keep in mind when shopping for a new vehicle. Some people forget, however, that there are more costs involved with buying a car than just the price on its tag. Our team at Page Toyota want to make sure you know all of the costs that come with a vehicle.

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Be ready for your next road trip

Its essential to plan ahead of your trip to avoid accidents and be prepared for emergencies. Below are some tips to ensure you are prepared for your next trip.

First make sure your battery is charged, strong and has clean terminals. Carry with you some water and baking soda it helps with the battery maintenance.

Inspect your tires for tears and bulges in the side wall. The tires should have enough tread, and tire pressure should be set. Have your brakes inspected by your service station to ensure they are not worn out? Carry with you an emergency kit and…

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How To Determine If Your Tires Are Safe To Drive


Without tires, vehicles wouldn’t be able to handle the road as effectively as modern cars and trucks do, they couldn’t travel as quickly as those with tires in tip-top shape, and they would likely be more dangerous for drivers and passerby.

When tire tread disappears, tires lose loads of effectiveness. As such, it’s important for tires to have ample tread on them – here are several characteristics of good tires, ways to check them, and things to keep drivers safe.

Measurements of tire tread are – according to the motor vehicle industry – are taken in 32nds of inches....
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