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4 Serious Car Maintenance Mistakes

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It’s pretty easy to take some car problems for granted, especially if your car is capable of doing what it’s supposed to do. Let’s face it. Most of us are guilty of ignoring these problems at one point or another. However, addressing these problems improperly will only make things worse. In this article, we have […]



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Understanding Brake Noises

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Your vehicle’s brake is one of the most important features that should always be in top working condition. Unusual brake noises should be regarded as a warning sign that your brake is malfunctioning. Also, learning to distinguish the type of noise is one of the easiest and most effective ways of gauging the severity of […]



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Preparing your Car for Winter

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As the temperature starts to drop, this means that you have to get your car ready for winter. During winter, you tend to add in a few layers of clothing to protect your body from cold. Similarly, your cars also need a few preparations to make it through the winter season. The right preparation, tools […]



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How Gas Prices Work

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In May 2008, average gas prices in the United States approached, and in some places passed, $4.00 a gallon, shattering records. But this was nothing new to American consumers. May was a month of records that broke one after another, and that came on the heels of months of rising prices. And then the cycle […]



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What’s That Sound?

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Clunk, thump, whine, screeech, clackety clackety or the mechanic’s all-time favorite, “It sounds like there’s a squirrel under my hood,” are all car noises that give drivers the chills–and they could spell trouble. Knowing which sounds you should never ignore–and how to best describe them to a mechanic–could save you lots of grief and money. […]



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How to Flush Your Vehicle’s Cooling System

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If your vehicle’s owner’s manual has instructions for draining the liquid from the cooling system, follow them. If you don’t have a manual, or if it lacks such instructions for flushing the cooling system, follow these steps to flush and change the coolant without endangering the environment. Park the vehicle in a safe place, away from children […]



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Driving on Snow and Ice: 10 Safety Tips

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Winter is coming and this means lots of snow and ice on the roads. Since you can’t always call in to work claiming a “snow day,” it’s better to learn how to correctly deal with driving in the snow. Get a grip.   To have adequate snow traction, a tire requires at least 6/32-inch deep […]



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When Wax Starts to Wane

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Maybe you think waxing your car is only for sports cars, new cars, and those with a car obsession, but it’s actually good car hygiene and maintenance. While neglecting the paint job may not lead to mechanical performance issues, it will result in a lower resale value, just like if you never changed your oil […]



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8 Things a Good Mechanic Will Tell You

It’s cliched but true—there are a lot of dishonest car mechanics around. Here are a few ways to tell if you—and your car—are in trustworthy hands. Specifics An honest mechanic will give a signed work order with a specific estimate for each job and warranties that apply. If you are asked to sign a blank […]



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Ten Best and Worst Automotive Gadgets

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As the line between automotive electronics and consumer electronics grows ever closer, the list of new-car options has grown at an incredible pace. As a person who’s constantly in a new vehicle and has an insatiable love for gadgetry, click through the jump for my top 10 must-haves and the 10 options you should avoid […]



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Contact Allegiance Automotive

Phone: 303-938-9454

Email: AllegianceAutomotiveBoulder@gmail.com

Address: 4939 Broadway Street #60
Boulder, CO 80304

Hours: M-F: 7:30 am – 5:00 pm
Closed Saturday and Sunday

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