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Meet the All New 2019 Honda Passport

Honda recently introduced the mid-sized 2019 Honda Passport to its lineup of vehicles. The SUV is an ideal choice among people who prefer the more expansive interior space along with heightened performance. Explore the 2019 Honda Passport in our DCH Honda of Temecula inventory. Ask about taking one of the SUVs for a test drive.

The 2019 Honda Passport comes equipped with a 3.5-liter, six-cylinder engine that provides up to 280 horsepower. The engine is ideal for towing a small trailer or passing slower vehicles on the road. 

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Navigate and Allow Passengers to Connect With the 2020 Honda Accord

When you have passengers, you probably want to do more than just ride them around. You also want to make sure that they are having a nice experience on the road. The 2020 Honda Accord is designed to help you give the best experience to your passengers for any amount of time they are on a trip.

With the 2020 Honda Accord, you are able to enjoy Wi-Fi connectivity which is a feature that many people can enjoy if they have the mobile device. This also enables access to certain apps without using up some of your own data from…

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Keep Your Child Safe When Driving

Having an improperly installed car seat in your car makes your child more vulnerable to injury in the case of an accident. For good measure, let's go over some safety tips to help keep your child safer while riding in the car.

Read Safety Seat Instructions

Reading the guidelines provided by the manufacturer of the car seat is necessary for using it correctly. Never install the car seat in the front passenger seat of the car. 

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Details About Your Car Alternator

The car alternator is an ingenious piece of engineering. It takes energy from the motion of your car and turns it into electricity, rather like a windmill. This electricity keeps your car battery charged and your car's electrical components running smoothly. You can thank your alternator for consistent operation of your car's power features, the infotainment system, defroster, windshield wipers, and headlights.

A Constant Source of Renewable Energy

Think about it: without a source of renewable energy, your car battery would just run out of juice and die.  

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Different Ways to Restore Headlights

There is a wide variety of jobs when it comes to restoring headlights. Headlights go dull a wide variety ways. They can go dull from a build up of dirt and dust on the surface of the lights. They can also go dull from usage of the bulbs over time.

When you take your vehicle to a technician to have it inspected, they will look at the reason behind the reduced output of your headlights. Sometimes, they may just need to clean the surface of the light housing in order to get the headlights back to its former brilliance. 

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Prepping for Back to School with Car Maintenance

With the school year about to start, it's time to take care of your vehicle to head back to college. If there are any warning lights on, these should be checked out and any routine maintenance that needs to be done should be scheduled.

Have your tire tread checked for safety and invest in new tires as needed. If you don't need new tires, have your existing ones rotated. Pay attention to the interior of your car, and clean it out if it has been awhile. To get ready for school, get yourself organized and get the trash…

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A Simple Battery Test Can Prevent a Sudden Breakdown

Many motorists use jumper cables when a battery stops supplying power. This type of breakdown usually happens on a driveway and in areas that are away from home. The easiest way to prevent a sudden breakdown is by testing your battery. If you detect a low-voltage problem early, you can take proper steps to recharge your battery before it fails to power key automotive components.

You'll need to test your battery twice a year and following risky situations. For example, after a deep freeze, you should test your battery's voltage.  

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How to Debadge Your Car

For some drivers, badges on their vehicles are extremely unnecessary and distract from the natural beauty of the car itself. This leads them to begin the search for ways to safely remove them without damaging the car. That's why our team at DCH Honda of Temecula want to give you a few proven techniques to debadge your car.

First, drivers will want to try pouring hot water around the area of the badge. This will help to loosen the adhesive and make it easier for you to scrape the badge off of the exterior. Additionally, drivers could also try…

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Timely Vehicle Service is Key to Springtime Success

At DCH Honda of Temecula, we like to do more for our clients and other drivers than your run-of-the-mill everyday dealership. As such, we enjoy helping our customers to find ways to maximize their vehicle use. One good and important way to do this is to ensure that vehicles are properly set up after seasonal changes. Thus, being well acquainted with your vehicle owner manuals is a key to properly maintain vehicles on seasonal schedules.

Vehicle owner manuals contain lots of useful information concerning automotive systems. 

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Plan a Summer Road Trip on a Budget

The motivation to travel comes easily. All you need is a vehicle sitting in your driveway or garage and a little bit of wanderlust. Financing that travel, however, can be a tricky proposition. Since we at DCH Honda of Temecula want everyone to fulfill their road trip bucket list, here are a few tips for hitting the road on a budget.

One of the easiest ways to save money while traveling is to plan. There are a lot of incredible sights to see in our state and around the country, and if you don't plan in advance, you'll…

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