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Find a Capable Ride from a Dependable Brand with a Used Ford from Grainger Nissan of Savannah

Here at Grainger Nissan of Savannah, our diverse selection of cars is not simply limited to new Nissan models, it includes used cars in Savannah as well, from a variety of quality brands. One such brand of used cars in Savannah is Ford and our Nissan dealership in Savannah offers a wide selection of pre-owned Ford cars, trucks, and SUVs. Come find yours today at Grainger Nissan of Savannah and check out one of these used Ford cars for yourself to experience what they are all about!

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A New Nissan Titan with More Capability Than the Average Truck!

The Nissan brand loves to give back to its drivers by providing the hardworking folks such as yourself who drive them with the right experience to enhance their drive. Here at Grainger Nissan of Savannah, we offer one such pickup that gives back to its customers when it comes to capability and overall dependability: the 2019 Nissan Titan. Check out all that this new Nissan pickup truck can do for you and check out this full-size pickup truck today at our Nissan dealership near Bluffton, SC in Savannah, GA. 

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How Important is the Alternator in Your Car?

The alternator is responsible for many of the functions in your vehicle that you think the battery is taking care of. Consider these facts if you feel something is not quite right with the electrical system or the alternator.

The car battery has one main job: sending juice to the starter motor so the engine can crank over. Once your car motor is running, then the alternator begins powering up all the electrical devices throughout the vehicle. 

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How to Jump-Start Another Car

Adding a set of jumper cables to the emergency kit you keep in the trunk of your car is a good idea. They take some basic understanding and a little practice but are easy to operate. The main concern is recognizing the positive and negative cables. The second thing to bear in mind is that the cables do produce an electrical current once connected. After you’ve attached the first cable, you need to be careful not to let the other cable ends touch a metal surface.

The positive charge is designated as the red cable or it may have…

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