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Archive for the ‘Tips and Tricks’ Category

How to update your Ford SYNC App

Thursday, January 10th, 2019
Centre view of Ford SYNC infotainment touchscreen

The current Ford vehicle lineup is regarded as one of the most technologically advanced on the Canadian market, thanks to its SYNC infotainment system. With this, you’ll be able to navigate, stream media, and even call your most important contacts with ease. However, there comes a time when you’ll need to upgrade your SYNC app’s software in order to get the latest and greatest tech inside your Ford model. So, today our Sherwood Ford team will show you how to update your SYNC App! (more…)

Which 2019 Ford Vehicles Can Be Flat Towed?

Friday, January 4th, 2019
Ford F-150 Flat Tow

The Celsius scale might not be getting too high anytime soon, but since the areas that surround Edmonton are so beautiful year-round, now is as good a time as ever to load up your trailer or camper and head out in search of adventure. You might find yourself wanting to bring your Ford model along for the ride, and if that’s the case, we’re sure you’ve wondered “Which 2019 Ford Vehicles Can Be Flat Towed?”   (more…)

What to do after your car key fob battery dies

Tuesday, December 11th, 2018
Man using Push Button Start inside 2019 Ford Fusion

Ford vehicles are built tough, but that doesn’t mean that some components aren’t indestructible through normal use. If you’ve just found yourself locked out of your vehicle with a dead key fob, we may be able to get you going. Our Sherwood Ford team wants to help if this ever were to occur with your model, so today we’ll show you what to do after your car key fob battery dies. Learn how easy it is to get back up and running!  (more…)

What to do when your Ford vehicle’s battery dies

Wednesday, December 5th, 2018
Cables being used to jump dead battery in vehicle

We’re no strangers to frigid conditions here in Edmonton, so it should come as no surprise that there are plenty of environmental factors that can lead to our vehicles not being as effective as they could be. In most instances, diminished performance is an annoyance, but there are few situations that are worse than coming across a dead or dying vehicle battery, especially when you’re all set to head out on the road for the day. Our Sherwood Ford team wants to help you out, so today we’ll show you what to do when your Ford vehicle’s battery dies. (more…)

How to make winter tires last longer

Tuesday, November 20th, 2018
Stylized image of winter car tires driving through snow

While the City of Edmonton puts down calcium chloride on roadways, drivers are bracing for all the snow and icy conditions. Though snow means fun when you’re not driving through it, it also signifies that you have to be more careful once you finally hit the road for work, school or a weekend journey with your buds. We want to help you out with winter driving, so today, we invite you to join our Sherwood Ford team as we show you some tips on how to make winter tires last longer!  (more…)

What do the Ford Dashboard Warning Lights Indicate?

Wednesday, September 26th, 2018
Various dashboard lights illuminated inside Ford vehicle

Most Common Ford Dashboard Lights and What They Mean

Did you know that your Ford vehicle can talk to you? It might not be with words and voices, but your model is made up of many sensors that can tell you if anything is going awry on board. There are plenty of ways to know when your Ford car is acting up a bit, so much so that it can be hard to pinpoint an actual issue. We’re here to help, so join our Sherwood Ford service team as we show you the most common Ford dashboard lights and what they mean for you – with this, it’ll be much easier to understand what your vehicle is trying to say and remedy any problem that might arise! (more…)

Spring cleaning tips for your Ford model

Wednesday, April 18th, 2018
Red 2018 Ford F-150 driving through mud

Ladies and gentlemen of Edmonton, we finally made it to spring! It’s been a record-cold last few months, but with the temperatures finally set to head above freezing for the foreseeable future, it’s a perfect time to brush off your Ford vehicle and set off on those adventures you’ve been waiting for. First, however, we want to show you some helpful spring cleaning tips for your Ford model so you’ll be able to get the most out of the season. (more…)

How to check the oil level in your Ford vehicle

Monday, April 16th, 2018
Ford mechanic checking dipstick in automotive service bay

When you’re on the road, there are plenty of components that go into making your Ford model operate at peak performance always. Perhaps the most well-known of these is your oil, which helps to lubricate your engine and gears, keeping you moving forward more smoothly and responsively. It’s for this reason that it’s important to understand how to check the oil level in your Ford vehicle; even though most modern models will give you a rough estimate, it’s crucial to know where you stand. We’ll show you how today!   (more…)

Best 2018 Ford Vehicles for Child Car Seats

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018
Ford Child Safety Seat

When thinking about your next family vehicle there are definitely some things to consider. While safety is a big concern, if you’re in a stage where your children are in car seats, choosing a Ford vehicle that fits your car seat requirements is just one of the deciding factors.  (more…)

Enhanced driving, parking and traveling with FordPass

Monday, March 26th, 2018
Ford Pass

Have you downloaded the FordPass app yet? As a new and innovative way to keep you in control of your journey, FordPass gives you the ability to move through your day like you already do but with an enhanced driving, parking and traveling experience.

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