Preventing Corrosion from Road Salt

Posted January 19, 2017

Winter roads in Fountain are messy. Between snow, puddles, mud, and road salt, it seems impossible to keep your car clean this time of year. But washing your car is even more important now for one key reason: Preventing Corrosion In order to prevent thick layers of ice from collecting on…

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Winterize your Vehicle!

Posted December 20, 2016

Winter weather means different challenges for your vehicle. While most cars are equipped for all weather conditions, it is a good idea to check a few key systems to make sure your vehicle is ready for winter conditions. Tires. Many drivers install all-weather tires on their vehicles to handle road…

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When do I Need a New Car Battery?

Posted November 23, 2016

Car batteries are one of the most important parts under the hood. It must provide the electricity to start your car and power your accessories. Without a working battery, you’re stuck. But how do you know when it’s time for a new battery? Have one of our certified technician inspect the…

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Check your Antifreeze before Winter

Posted October 25, 2016

As temperatures are dropping across Colorado, it’s clear fall has arrived… with winter not far behind! Before the cold weather hits, make sure your vehicle is up for the challenge by checking your vehicle’s antifreeze. Antifreeze plays a critical role in your engine. It makes sure the fluids in your…

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Rodents Damaging Cars

Posted September 22, 2016

As the weather gets colder in Fountain, we start putting on our fall jackets, sweaters and warm layers. But other creatures are also looking for ways to escape the cold… mice, rats, squirrels, and other rodents look to your vehicle for relief from the cold. When you park your car,…

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Timing Belt – Keeping your Engine in Sync

Posted August 22, 2016

Your engine is a finely-tuned machine, with belts and hoses keeping moving parts synchronized and lubricated and orchestrated to make sure you go when you press the accelerator and stop when you hit the brakes. What’s perhaps most amazing is that there’s one part that is in charge of keeping…

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Three Fluids to Check this Month

Posted July 20, 2016

Your vehicle has so many moving parts and fluids to keep these parts moving smoothly, it can be hard to keep track of the maintenance for all of them. That’s why our experienced technicians check and track the maintenance schedule for your vehicle – we keep track so you don’t…

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Causes of Overheating Engines

Posted June 23, 2016

An overheating engine can be one of the scariest road emergencies a driver experiences. If the temperature gauge skyrockets to the red zone or you see steam coming up from the hood of your car, pull over right away. Allow your vehicle time to cool down before you attempt to…

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Preparing your Car for a Road Trip

Posted May 23, 2016

‘Tis the season for summer road trips! Whether you load your car with snacks, music, and friends or hit the road solo, preparation is key for a successful road trip. Have you fully prepared your vehicle for this trip? Without proper preparation for your vehicle, the trip could result in expensive…

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Tire Myth: Maximum Pressure

Posted April 22, 2016

It’s easy to find hundreds of tips, tricks, and “life hacks” to save money, but how do you weed out the best practices from the myths that can do more harm than good? One common tip for improving the fuel efficiency of your vehicle is by filling the tires to…

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