Answer to question on Facebook:
Ford executive stylist John Najjar is credited with naming the Mustang.
Najjar was said to be a fan of the WWII- winning P-51 Mustang fighter plane,
thus using the powerful moniker for Ford's iconic and first of the pony cars.
You’re driving down the road when you notice it – Your check engine light is illuminated on your dashboard, causing a growing worry as you wonder what it could mean. What if it’s something serious? How long do you have before something breaks down? And, oh my God, will it be expensive? It’s this last question that tends to make people panic. So what do they do? They figure they’ll save some time and money, and they head over to the auto parts store for a free “check engine light test.” I’d like to explain why this is such a bad idea, and why you should head over to your licensed mechanic instead.
With all of our resources, we are able to keep on top of all of the latest technologies. Unfortunately due to the conflicts with the auto manufacturers there may be situations in which we are limited as to what we can do to the vehicles onboard computer. The computer systems in the newer cars are very sophisticated and can be programmed. There are many times that a manufacture will find a glitch in their vehicle’s computer program that can be simply corrected with a software update. During the warranty period these upgrades are done for free, however, after the warranty expires they are not. This puts us in the position of being able...