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  • Monday 07:30AM - 07:00PM
  • Tuesday 07:30AM - 06:00PM
  • Wednesday 07:30AM - 06:00PM
  • Thursday 07:30AM - 07:00PM
  • Friday 07:30AM - 06:00PM
  • Saturday 08:00AM - 03:00PM
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Szott M-59 Dodge, LLC

2565 Highland
Directions Highland, MI 48356-2725

  • Sales: 2487144409
  • Service: (877) 717-3881
  • Parts: (877) 761-7593

Has your vehicle been sitting more than usual due to COVID-19? Our experts bring some advice on what can happen to a sitting vehicle.

Aged Batteries
• Batteries nearing the end of their life can fail if not used on a daily basis.

Tire Pressure Warnings (TPM Lights)
• As the temperature starts to change during this time of year, the air pressure in your car's tires will change with it, as cold contracts (pressure down) while heat expands (pressure up).

Mice
• Believe it or not this is a problem we see often and more so in recent months. As people are not using their vehicles as much, mice are attracted to them for a nice place to nest. The car's engine compartment provides lots of materials to build their nests from and it's well protected from predators. In the normal course of daily driving, you scare them off when starting your engine. But, things haven't been normal as of late.

Water condensation on the inside of your car windows?
• Vehicle's that sit have a tendency to develop water leaks. This can happen as a result of tree litter, pollen, and dirt clogging small drainage tubes in and around doors, convertible tops, and sunroofs. In the normal course of driving, vibration and rain will flush these clogs out.

Brakes Make a grinding noise?

• Vehicles that sit for extended periods can gather rust on the brake rotors. This can cause excessive grinding noise on your first drive out of quarantine.
• Modern disc brakes, have a large raw metal disc that the brake pads clamp down on when you apply the brakes. The clamping action of the brake pads clears away corrosion on the brake rotor.