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Pay Attention To Your Vehicle's Temperature

While vehicles are a great thing to have when they are working well, they can be a nightmare when they start falling apart. Often times, the stress and frustrations begin because people either do not know the signs of problems such as their fuel pump or they ignore them in the hopes that they will go away.

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Whether to Change Your Oil From Minimal Driving

If you are wondering whether or not to change your oil because you drive it minimally, the answer is you should still change your oil. As a matter of fact, the recommendations for an oil change frequency does not just list the number of miles you drive the vehicle, but also the amount of time between oil changes

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Don’t Overlook Your Vehicle’s Belts and Hoses

An engine’s belts and hoses are key components to proper operation, and every vehicle owner should know the basics on how to maintain them. The mechanics at Rimrock Kia are experts at caring for all types of passenger vehicles, and we’re standing by to provide additional information or a thorough check-up of your vehicle's belts and hoses when you visit our convenient location in Billings, MT.

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Stay Safe on the Road and Avoid Hydroplaning

While we try our best to stay aware of what is on the road ahead of us, there are always surprises that you can't quite prepare for. Hydroplaning is something that often comes out of nowhere. Luckily, there are some steps that you can take in order to stay safe if there is a lot of rain happening in your area or if the rain has just stopped.

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An Easy and Effective Way to Clean Your Vehicle's Engine

While most car owners are diligent about keeping their vehicles clean on the outside, it is also important that they keep the components under the hood clean. At Rimrock Kia in Billings, MT, we strive to help our customers keep their cars in good condition, so follow these simple steps to clean your engine.

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Charging Your Car's Battery

Jumper cables are a quick solution for a dead battery but using a battery charger can charge your battery to its full capacity, perfect for those times when you accidentally leave your headlights on all night long.

Take your unplugged battery charger and place the positive, red clamp on the positive terminal of your battery. Y

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