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Do I Need a New Fuel Pump? Here’s Everything You Need to Know


The fuel pump is one of the most vital parts of any car. It’s responsible for sending fuel from your tank to your engine. Without a working fuel pump, you can expect to remain parked for the foreseeable future. 


Although most manufacturers design their fuel pumps to last 100,000 miles or more, it’s still possible to be forced to replace it. In that case, a neglected fuel pump can be an incredibly costly repair. If you’re having car trouble, check out the information below to learn if you may need a new fuel pump or what…

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The 2020 Ford Super Duty Brings More Power and Capability Than Ever Before


Ford’s heavy-duty pickups have received an overhaul in style, power, and performance. All- new engines and exterior design elements will help to make the 2020 Super Duty a must-have for those who rely on their truck for work and play.


The official horsepower and torque stats haven’t yet been released, but Ford assures us that their revised Power Stroke diesel 6.7-liter V8 engine option is capable of producing far more than the 450 horsepower, 935 lb-ft of torque that the current engine can. Additionally, Ford says the 2020 Super Duty has the ability to tow more than…

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How the Quantum Signal Acquisition Will Help Ford Develop Self-Driving Vehicles

In recent years, the automotive industry has been overtaken by futuristic ideas and cutting-edge scientific research into the concept of robotics and self-driving cars.


In accordance with this evolving concept, Ford has acquired Quantum Signal, a small robotics company from Saline, Michigan that has put 20 years into the research and development of real-time simulation algorithms as well as new sensing and perception technologies.


Despite existing in relative obscurity to this point, Quantum Signal is well-known for its ANVEL simulation and modeling data, which has seen interest from the U.S. military and has been used to study the potential…

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Ford and Volkswagen Gear Up for a Global Alliance

 

Ford CEO Him Hackett and Volkswagen CEO Dr. Hebert Diess were together on a New York stage July 13th. The two were joined by Argo AI CEO Bryan Salesky, and in front of a crowd announced that we are entering the “biggest shift in transportation” since the time of Henry Ford.

 

So what’s happening? What’s so big? Well, the two automotive giants are joining forces to expand their global alliance in one of the biggest events in the auto industry ever.

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Ford Sales Strongest In 15 Years!

 

Ford Motor Company just reported for the second quarter of 2019 and the sales results are impressive! In a very competitive market the company has managed to grow their total pickup segment share. It’s thanks in part to the extended F-Series and the Ranger.

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A Little Self Driving Robot Makes Life Easier For Ford Employees

 

These days it seems more and more like Ford is getting heavily involved with robotics, but maybe this is just a glimpse into the autonomous future that Ford hopes to build. This time we’re taking a look at a little guy called Survival.

 

Survival is a self-driving robot that delivers spare parts around one of Ford’s manufacturing plants. Survival is so named because it dodges unforeseen objects, changes its route accordingly, and stops anytime something is truly unavoidable...

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Digit: The Smart Delivery Robot

 

Online shopping has exploded in the past decade, and with that so has the amount of packages delivered on a regular basis. In 2018 the U.S. Postal Service alone delivered more than 6 billion packages which is double the volume it was handling about 10 years ago.

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The Ford Ranger is the Ultimate Piece of Adventure Gear



After a seven year long hiatus, the Ford Ranger finally made its return this year, and we are floored! The 2019 Ranger is Ford Tough, the pickup builds on the foundation of it’s 4x4 cousins, but it brings a unique twist of adventure. When you get behind the wheel of the Ranger you will want to go the range. We know how obvious that seems, but seriously this is a fun truck, and starting at $24,000 or a lease at $237 a month the all new Ranger is seriously affordable!

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