Russ Darrow Automotive Tips | OEM auto parts

Posted on April 21, 2014

When you take your vehicle to the dealer, you can rest assured that you'll be getting Original Engine Manufacturer parts for your vehicle. Aftermarket components may be incompatible with manufacturer specific standards, as well as other parts in the vehicle. With OEM parts, you can get the part you want without having to worry about the quality or performance of different choices.  OEM Parts are designed to operate just as if they came from the factory, and usually offer generous warranties.  OEM components generally cost more than aftermarket alternatives, but they can often avoid having more frequent or costly repairs in the future. To ensure your safety, use only OEM parts to repair or alter your vehicle.. For all of your vehicle needs, visit your local certified auto dealership.  Our exceptional customer service puts you and your vehicle first; allowing you to drive away with a smile.

       

Russ Darrow | Automotive Tips

Posted on April 14, 2014

Getting a regularly schedule tune up can dramatically increase the life expectancy of your vehicle.  This preventative maintenance can also include repairing, cleaning or even replacing several parts of your vehicle that may be damaged or worn. Regularly scheduled tune ups help to protect your vehicle’s performance and longevity.  Though relatively simple, the minimal cost of a tune up can prevent an expense repair bill in the future. Simple items such as a clogged air filter can worsen over time, causing other parts to fail. Modern vehicles tend to use parts requiring less frequent replacement. Nevertheless, it’s still important to adhere to your owner’s manual and consider the recommendations of a trusted automotive professional. So let us help you Keep your vehicle and its parts functioning properly, come in today and let our certified and trained service technicians give your vehicle the tune up it needs.

       

Buy vs. Lease

Posted on March 19, 2014

If you’re shopping for your next vehicle, you’re probably deciding whether you want to buy or lease. Reasons for buying a new car include lower finance rates and the comfort of being the first owner of the vehicle.  New car buyers tend to have more freedom when choosing luxury and convenience features. For example, they can upgrade from cloth to leather seating and even add a premium entertainment system, while still keeping monthly costs manageable. After completing payments on the vehicle, new car buyers will have something of value that they can either sell for a profit or keep for years to come.

Likewise, leasing a vehicle offers substantial benefits.  One of the most attractive benefits is being able to get into a more luxurious vehicle for a lower price. Lessees need not worry about expensive repairs or costly depreciation associated with new car purchases. Once you have kept the car in good condition and obeyed the terms of the lease, you can simply hand over the keys and walk away at the end of your lease. Many lease contracts offer a buyout option allowing you to pay cash for the vehicle or continue making payments until you own it if you decide you do in fact want to keep it. Self-employed individuals can even write off their lease payments as a business expense if it is used for business purposes.

 

 

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How The Engine Control Unit Increases the Performance of Your Car

Posted on February 19, 2014

Engine control unit (ECU) is an important part of electronic fuel injection system (FIS). Also known as engine management system (EMS) or powertrain control module (PCM), it is like the brain of the fuel injection system.

An electronic fuel injection system consists of three subsystems - air induction system, fuel delivery system and electronic control system. The engine control unit (ECU) belongs to third subsystem of the FIS.

The ECU gathers information on various factors like air temperature, air pressure, throttle angle, fuel temperature, air density, fuel pressure, oil pressure, timing, engine rpm, speed of vehicle etc., with the help of various sensors like oxygen sensor, airflow sensor, coolant-temperature sensor, speed sensor, etc.

Based on the information collected by sensors, the ECU increases the performance of the car by performing various functions as discussed below.

Controls air/fuel mixture: The ECU accurately measures the amount of air and fuel that has to be injected into the combustion chamber based on various parameters collected by sensors. This avoids wastage of fuel, caused by injecting more than the required amount of fuel and reduces the toxic emissions caused by injecting less than the required amount of fuel. Thus, increases the fuel efficiency and performance of the car.

Controls variable valve timing: After measuring the optimum amount of air and fuel mixture, it is also important that it is sprayed into the combustion chambers at right times.

Variable valve timing is the process of lifting the valves and spraying the air and fuel mixture at different times. The time depends on various factors like speed of the car, internal and external temperature, etc. that are identified by different sensors of the ECU. Valves usually need to be lifted sooner at higher speeds and little later during low speeds. The ECU controls these valves' lifting times ensuring better performance of the car.

Controls ignition timing: Producing a spark at the right time (neither early nor late) to ignite the engine is called ignition timing. It is crucial for the performance of the car. Too late or too early ignition results in vibration and major issues in car engine. Spark is required to ignite the engine. The ECU identifies the right time to produce spark in the combustion chamber in order to start the engine.

Controls idle speed: Idle speed is the speed at which engine generates maximum power and runs smoothly besides operating other accessories such as AC, power steering, etc. Throttle control system of the ECU controls the idle speed of the vehicle. Idle speed also depends on the load on the vehicle and this idle load varies with the engine temperature, transmission status and camshaft duration. All these are monitored and regulated by the ECU.

Therefore, efficient functioning of the ECU of an electronic fuel injection system not only improves the fuel efficiency and power, but also the overall performance of your car.

 

       

Congratulations to Russ Darrow Honda! 2013 Honda Presidents Award winners

Posted on February 17, 2014

The Honda President’s Award for its exceptional performance in 2012.  This annual award is presented to Honda’s top-ranking dealerships that achieved excellence in all areas of operation – customer service and sales satisfaction, sales, training, and facility. More than 1,000 Honda automobile dealerships from across the country competed for the President’s Award title, with only 112 dealerships earning the award

       

Leasing vs. Financing Which option is for you?

Posted on February 12, 2014

Leasing is becoming a popular choice amoung consumers. As a matter of fact , more than one-fourth of new vehicle purchases in 2013 have been leases. Lower monthly lease payments available to consumers are playing a big role in this shift.

Russdarrow.com recognizes the importance of not only finding the right vehicle for you but also the right way to purchase that vehicle. We have available to you a Finance department and sales staff that is trained to consult you by asking you the right questions. By providing you with a well rounded consultation we are better able to help you find the vehicle you want at the price you need. 

 

When You Lease

Monthly Payments

Monthly lease payments are usually lower than monthly finance payments because you are paying only for the vehicle's depreciation rather than the full purchase price during the lease term, plus rent charges (like interest). Alternatively, you can lease a more expensive vehicle for the same monthly payment as financing.

Vehicle Return

You may return the vehicle at lease end, pay any end-of-lease costs and "walk away."

 

Future Value

The lessor has the risk of the future market value of the vehicle. You generally have the opportunity to gain any vehicle equity.

 

Up Front Costs

Up-front costs of leasing a vehicle are usually less than up-front financing costs. They typically include the first month's payment, a refundable security deposit, registration fees and sometimes local taxes. Up-front costs can include:

  • Capitalized cost reduction
  • Taxes
  • Other government or lessor charges
  • Optional insurance and services
  • First monthly payment
  • Refundable security deposit
  • Prior lease balance
  • Prior credit balance

total Costs

The total costs of leasing a vehicle for a fixed period aregenerally less than for financing because of lease savings on depreciation and gap coverage; reduced sales tax; and the time value of money benefits.

  • Depreciation
  • Gap coverage
  • Sales/Use tax
  • Time value of money

When You Finance

Monthly Payments

Monthly finance payments are usually higher than monthly lease payments because you are paying for the entire purchase price of the vehicle, plus interest and other finance charges, and taxes. For the same monthly payment as leasing, you must finance a less expensive vehicle.

 

Vehicle Return

You have to sell or trade the vehicle when you decide you want a different vehicle.

 

Future Value

You have the risk of the vehicle's market value when you trade or sell it. You would also have any vehicle equity.

 

Up Front Costs

Up-front costs of buying a vehicle are typically greater than up-front leasing costs. They typically include the cash price or a down payment, sales taxes on the full price of the vehicle, registration fees and other government charges. Up-front costs can include:

  • Cash price or down payment
  • Sales tax
  • Other taxes
  • Other government or lender charges
  • Optional insurance and services
  • First monthly payment
  • No refundable security deposit
  • Prior lease balance
  • Prior credit balance

Total Costs

The total costs of financing a vehicle for a fixed period aregenerally more than for leasing because of higher costs of depreciation and gap liability, more sales tax and the time value of money differences.

  • Depreciation
  • Gap coverage
  • Sales tax
  • Time value of money
       

Russ Darrow Group to Present Interfaith Caregivers of Washington County with a New Toyota Sienna Mobility Van

Posted on February 10, 2014
Russ Darrow Toyota of West Bend will present a new 2014 Sienna mobility van on Wed., Feb. 12, at 4 p.m., to Interfaith Caregivers of Washington County. Interfaith Caregivers was voted a winner of Toyota Motor Sales, USA’s “100 Cars for Good” nationwide program. The van will be presented in the dealership’s showroom, located at 2700 W. Washington St. Russ Darrow, Russ Darrow Group Chairman; Mike Darrow, Russ Darrow Group President and COO; and Kevin Fletcher, Toyota Motor Sales, USA Chicago Region General Manager are expected to present the vehicle to Brydie Hill, Executive Director of Interfaith Caregivers. The Toyota Sienna mobility van is equipped with the industry’s first factory-installed power rotating lift-up Auto Access Seat. The seat rotates 90 degrees, then extends from the vehicle and lowers to a convenient transfer height, making for easy entry and exit. Toyota Financial Services is also donating a six-year, 100,000-mile Platinum maintenance and service policy. Interfaith Caregivers is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) network of volunteers who provide assistance to help maintain the independence of Washington County residents ages 60 and over. Interfaith Caregivers’ volunteers deliver meals on wheels; provide transportation to medical appointments, grocery stores, food pantries, and senior exercise groups; and more. Services are offered within and out of Washington County and at no cost to the individual. During the voting phase, which began Oct. 1, 2013, Toyota Motor Sales, USA’s 100 Cars for Good program profiled five nonprofit finalists at www.100carsforgood.com. Members of the public were able to vote for which nonprofits they believed could do the most good with new vehicles. The two organizations with the most votes at the end of each day won one of five Toyota models. Runners-up each received a $1,000 cash grant from Toyota Motor Sales, USA. “We are thankful to Toyota, the Russ Darrow Group, and everyone who voted for us to win this Sienna,” says Hill. “On average, we transport 120 seniors to medical appointment monthly, and nearly all have said that the medical transport program in particular has been essential to maintaining their health. Receiving a new vehicle allows us to provide more rides and keep costs low – and seniors are able to stay home longer, eat nutritionally-balanced meals, and receive vital, life-sustaining care.” “Russ Darrow Group is proud to have a role in the 100 Cars for Good program and recognize Interfaith Caregivers for its dedication to greater Washington County,” says Darrow. “The 100 Cars for Good program allows us all to have a role in advancing charities’ work, and we couldn’t be happier to help this organization into the Sienna mobility van.”
       

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Posted on February 5, 2014

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Oil – The Life Of Your Car

Posted on January 28, 2014

Oil cleans your car. It lubricates parts. It helps cool things down. Without it, your engine would be sitting squarely in the center of your local junkyard.

Scheduling regular oil changes is vital to the life of any vehicle.

The oil filter keeps little bits of dust and other contaminants out of your engine, and helps ensure the oil runs smoothly, so you want to change that every time you change the oil.

Imagine how your body would react if your kidneys and liver shut down. The impurities in your blood would build up continually, and it wouldn't take long for your body to completely break down.

Oil for your car can be likened to blood to your body. Your car needs clean oil to keep going. What would happen if you never changed your oil?

Well, you'd be lucky to get 30,000 miles out of the car before your engine would collapse.

Say you only change your oil once a year. Your car seems to be running fine, so no harm done, right? Not so fast! Your engine has been flooded with contaminants. It won't be long till you find yourself coming to a standstill.

Regular oil changes are as important to your car as daily trips to the bathroom are to you. Now, we won't take the analogy too far, but you get the idea. This one scheduled maintenance may help your vehicle avoid mechanical failures.

If you see any hint of an oil leak on the driveway after the car is parked, get to a Russ Darrow service station. This could be ultra bad news and you need to have your car checked out immediately. Ditto if you detect a burning smell or smoke coming from around the engine! 


Make sure you take the time to check the oil levels in your car, and have it changed regularly. It literally means the difference between life and death for your vehicle!

       

Tips for Saving Fuel

Posted on January 13, 2014

If you're not ready to buy a more fuel-efficient car, you can still save money in a number of ways in whatever vehicle you drive. 

Revive the Classics

The biggest fuel savings comes not from hybrid technology but from the old standards: car pooling and public transportation. If you and just one friend or neighbor trade off commuting to and from work, you cut your fuel usage by about 50 percent. No other step will save you as much money. Also, if you have two vehicles in the family motor pool, leave the thirstier one in the garage as often as possible.

Public transportation saves fuel, and possibly money. It also decreases congestion, which saves everyone fuel. Help yourself and everyone else; be part of the solution.

Get the Lead Out

Weight is fuel economy's natural enemy, so removing unnecessary items or people from your car can translate to real fuel savings.

Get the Leadfoot Out

You can save fuel immediately in whatever you drive by going easy on the accelerator. Jack rabbit starts and full-throttle acceleration boost fuel consumption dramatically. It's all a matter of degree: Light acceleration saves more than moderate acceleration.

Top speed also plays a part. Most vehicles are most efficient when cruising in their top gear at a relatively low speed. For example, a car with a five-speed transmission would be most efficient in 5th gear at 40 to 55 mph. Wind resistance increases exponentially with speed, so as your pace increases from this point, fuel economy drops dramatically. Onboard trip computers that show instantaneous and average fuel economy are remarkably accurate. 

An Ounce of Prevention

Keeping your tires inflated properly and your engine running right is critical to efficient motoring. Underinflated tires can lower your fuel economy by full miles per gallon. (Get the proper inflation pressure from the sticker on your car's doorjamb or the owner's manual, and not the tire's sidewall.) Even if your car seems to be running well, that perplexing Check Engine light could represent a dead oxygen sensor or some other emissions control problem that causes the vehicle to waste several miles per gallon.

Open Windows or Air Conditioning?

This is an age-old conundrum. (Unlike a car's heater, which uses free engine heat to warm the cabin, the air conditioner robs engine power and lowers fuel economy.) So which approach is better? Sorry, but it's not as simple as one or the other.

If your car has been sitting in the sun and is hotter than the outside air, drive for a few minutes with the windows open to cool it off. Then, if you're hitting the highway, close 'em up and turn on the A/C. Aerodynamics are more important at high speeds, so if you're not exceeding 35 or 40 mph, open windows won't make as much difference. 

Premium or Regular?

Lower octane costs less, but should you use it? Most modern cars that call for premium fuel can run on regular gasoline without knocking or any long-term penalty. Technically, this makes the car less efficient, but not to a degree that negates the cost savings from the cheaper fuel grade. NOTE: This is true of cars for which premium is recommended, not required. If in doubt, look for terms such as "for best performance" and "recommended" as opposed to "only" or "required." If your car has a turbocharger or supercharger, you probably should stick with premium fuel. Of course, if your car calls for regular gasoline, there's no reason to run it on anything higher in octane.

       

The proper way to break in a new car

Posted on January 6, 2014

You’ve bought your dream car and now you want to make it last at long as possible in top condition. Here are some things to remember as you pull it out of the dealer’s lot:

  • During the break-in period, typically the first 1,000 miles (1,600 km), keep your speed under 55 mph (88 kpm) or to the speed recommended by your car’s manufacturer.
  • Avoid heavy loads on the drive train, such as towing trailers, and loading the roof rack or trunk with heavy construction materials.
  • Do not allow your new car to idle for long periods — this is good advice for the life of your car, but especially during breakin. The oil pressure generated by doing so may not be sending oil to every part of your engine.
  • Use only light to medium acceleration, keeping the engine rpms below 3,000 for the first few hours of driving.
       

Safety Tips All Drivers Should Know

Posted on December 10, 2013

According to the 2000 census, more than 112 million people drive or carpool to work daily. 

 

With all these people on the road, drivers need to take every precaution to ensure they arrive safely at their destinations. Here are some tips to heed in your travels.

 

* Keep your vehicle properly maintained. Follow the recommended service intervals found in your vehicle owner's manual, always monitor hoses and belts, and check filters, spark plugs and fluids. Also, be sure tires are properly inflated and gas levels are sufficient. 

 

* Buckle up. When lap and shoulder belts are used correctly, they reduce the risk of fatal injury to front-seat passengers by 45 percent and the risk of moderate to critical injury by 50 percent. 

 

* Know your route. Before hitting the road, take the time to map out your route.  Be aware of traffic, construction and weather advisories along your route so you can make alternate plans should these conditions affect your drive.

 

* Reduce driver distraction. Traffic, construction and careless drivers are distractions beyond your control. However, you can reduce the risk of an accident by decreasing the distractions inside your vehicle. 

 

No matter where you're headed, heed these suggestions to arrive safely at your destination. Happy travels!

       

Help the Volunteer Center win a New Car!

Posted on November 8, 2013

The Volunteer Center of Washington County is one of 250 finalists nationwide in Toyota’s 100 Cars for good program, which awards vehicles to 100 nonprofit organizations based on public votes. Five nonprofits will be featured each day for 50 days at www.100carsforgood.com. The two highest vote getters each day will receive a brand new Toyota vehicle. The Volunteer Center’s voting date is Tuesday, November 19.

The Toyota Sienna will help our 58 nonprofit partners transport clients to appointments, volunteers to project areas and will be used to strengthen our Emergency Volunteer Program by delivering critical resources and volunteers to disaster sites. 

“We have been talking about getting a “Volunteer Mobile” since my very first day on the job last September,” said Volunteer Center Director Sue Millin. “This is a great opportunity for us to raise our visibility in the community and better serve our partner agencies and volunteers. If we win, TD Graphics in West Bend will wrap the van with VC artwork. It will then serve as a rolling billboard, raising awareness and encouraging volunteerism throughout Washington County.”

It’s really EASY to make a HUGE difference for the Volunteer Center on Tuesday, November 19. You can help by:

1. Going to www.100carsforgood.com & setting a reminder to vote on Nov. 19!
2. Liking Volunteer Center’s Facebook Page!
3. Sharing on your personal Facebook Page – people can vote from all over the world!
4. Voting at www.100carsforgood.com on Nov. 19 between the 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m.

The Volunteer Center of Washington County is a not-for-profit organization that promotes and supports effective volunteerism, serves as the resource and coordination center for volunteers and builds coalitions and community partnerships. Founded in 1983, the Volunteer Center currently serves 58 member agencies with its volunteer and resource connection programs. For more information visit their website at:www.volunteernow.net or call (262) 338-8256.

       

Extend The Life Of Your New Or Used Car

Posted on November 8, 2013

You don't think much about your car do you? Your car sits outside 24/7, 365 days a year in all extremes of weather. You routinely drive it at speeds that exceed 70 mph. You stop, start, stop, start through city traffic. You sit idling in traffic jams day after day. Yet, you expect your car to start every time you get into it and turn the key.

The best thing that you can do to extend the life of your car, and to potentially save yourself a bundle of money, is to have your car serviced on a routine basis. All car manufacturers have a schedule of recommended services for each vehicle they sell. Follow this schedule. The best place to have work done on a new vehicle that is still under warranty is the dealership.

It's a bit different when you have an older, out of warranty car. At this point you can make a decision to continue to use the dealer for service, or find yourself a local mechanic.

The first rule of thumb is to have the oil in your car changed every 3,000 miles. This is the simplest and most important part of routine maintenance for your car. At that time, whether you go to a "speedy" oil change business or to your mechanic, the technician will take a look at the overall condition of your engine. They'll check belts and hoses and fluid levels of your transmission and brakes. They'll check your air cleaner and the condition of your tires. Some of these drive through services also offer add on's such as engine cleaning and radiator flushes. If they think they see something that could become potentially serious they will tell you about it and suggest you take your car to a mechanic.

Cars have really changed over the years and most technicians use computers to diagnose problems. You'll need to be able to describe the problem to the mechanic. They'll need to know things such as when you first noticed the problem and exactly under what condition it happens. Does it happen when the car is cold, or after it warms up? Does it happen when you're at an idle or when your accelerating? If you don't use the same mechanic have a copy of your car's service record with you so that the new mechanic can see what maintenance been done in the past. It's best to find a mechanic you're comfortable with and stay with him. Knowing your car's history can go a long way towards helping him diagnose and fix a problem.

Learn to listen to your car. If you hear an unusual noise, notice a change in it's performance or handling take it to your mechanic.  

       

Russ Darrow Group Pledges Donation to Breast Cancer Research Based on October New Car Sales

Posted on October 10, 2013

Continuing its tradition of service to the community, Russ Darrow Group will make a donation to support breast cancer research and awareness for every new vehicle it sells in the month of October.

“Breast cancer research and awareness is very important and personal to the employees and families of the Russ Darrow Group,” said Mike Darrow, President and COO of the Russ Darrow Group. “All of our employees feel a great sense of pride in knowing that their commitment to serving our customers also benefits this important cause in the communities where we live and work.”

 

Russ Darrow Group, headquartered in Menomonee Falls, is Wisconsin’s all-time volume auto retailer since 1965. It owns and operates dealerships in Milwaukee, Appleton, Green Bay, Madison, Fond du Lac, Waukesha, Wauwatosa, West Bend, and Greenfield, representing Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge, Ram, Toyota, Scion, Honda, Nissan, KIA, Mazda, and Mitsubishi. With over 600 employees, the company also operates a nationwide fleet and leasing business and has its own in-house financing company. For more information on Russ Darrow Group’s complete offerings of automotive sales, selection, and service, visit www.russdarrow.com

       

Are You Tired of Trite Tips on Fuel Savings?

Posted on August 13, 2013


In these days of record high fuel prices affecting already stretched budgets, many of us are looking for tips on fuel savings. Unfortunately, most tips are “no-brainers”.

Some suggest staying within posted speed limits because “…the faster you drive, the more fuel you use.”

Oh, here’s one – “combine errands”. Come on, anyone who runs a household figured that one out eons ago, just to maintain sanity.
Here’s a few more fuel savings tips

1. Depending on a vehicle’s condition, you can increase fuel savings simply by keeping your engine tuned.
2. Maintaining proper inflation of tires can increase fuel savings by up to 6%.
3. Replace air, oil, and fuel filters regularly. Clogged filters decrease fuel savings

       

Extend The Life Of Your New Or Used Car

Posted on August 5, 2013

You don't think much about your car do you? Your car sits outside 24/7, 365 days a year in all extremes of weather. You routinely drive it at speeds that exceed 70 mph. You stop, start, stop, start through city traffic. You sit idling in traffic jams day after day. Yet, you expect your car to start every time you get into it and turn the key.

The best thing that you can do to extend the life of your car, and to potentially save yourself a bundle of money, is to have your car serviced on a routine basis. All car manufacturers have a schedule of recommended services for each vehicle they sell. Follow this schedule. The best place to have work done on a new vehicle that is still under warranty is the dealership.

It's a bit different when you have an older, out of warranty car. At this point you can make a decision to continue to use the dealer for service, or find yourself a local mechanic.

The first rule of thumb is to have the oil in your car changed every 3,000 miles. This is the simplest and most important part of routine maintenance for your car. At that time, whether you go to a "speedy" oil change business or to your mechanic, the technician will take a look at the overall condition of your engine. They'll check belts and hoses and fluid levels of your transmission and brakes. They'll check your air cleaner and the condition of your tires. Some of these drive through services also offer add on's such as engine cleaning and radiator flushes. If they think they see something that could become potentially serious they will tell you about it and suggest you take your car to a mechanic.

Cars have really changed over the years and most technicians use computers to diagnose problems. You'll need to be able to describe the problem to the mechanic. They'll need to know things such as when you first noticed the problem and exactly under what condition it happens. Does it happen when the car is cold, or after it warms up? Does it happen when you're at an idle or when your accelerating? If you don't use the same mechanic have a copy of your car's service record with you so that the new mechanic can see what maintenance been done in the past. It's best to find a mechanic you're comfortable with and stay with him. Knowing your car's history can go a long way towards helping him diagnose and fix a problem.

Learn to listen to your car. If you hear an unusual noise, notice a change in it's performance or handling take it to your mechanic.  

       
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