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Symptoms of a Sick Cooling System

Engine Cooling System

For most people, summer is all about going on vacation and enjoying the warm weather. But before you get too excited, you’ll have to make sure that your car is in great shape. Cooling system failure is considered as the leading cause of vehicle breakdowns. That being said, knowing the symptoms of a sick cooling […]



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Transmission Trouble: Signs You Shouldn’t Ignore

Vehicle rattle noise

Diagnosing your car’s problem may seem like an impossible task. In order to make things a bit easier, you should think of it as your own body. If your stomach hurts, you should probably create a mental list of the things you ate. The same principle should also be applied in diagnosing car problems. Transmission […]



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Exterior Car Care Tips

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A well-maintained car says a lot about its owner. That aside, taking care of your car’s exterior could help increase your car’s value and longevity. So, take a moment to read this article and take good care of your automobile. Car washing Wash your car at least once or twice a month to ensure the […]



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10 Tips to Extend the Life of Your Car

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Proper maintenance and caring for your car could help in keeping it in top-notch condition. We have compiled a number of tips, tricks and advice to help prolong the life of your automobile: 1. During the break-in period, try to stay within the 55 mph limit or within the speed recommended by your car’s manufacturer. […]



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How to Check Your Car’s Fuel Level

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Most people would like to squeeze every last mile they can out of their fuel tanks. If you can get an extra 15 miles from each tank, this could help you save 2 or 3 trips to the gas station over the year. However, the main impediment to this is a broken fuel gauge.  You […]



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How to Change a Tire

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Since having a flat tire is a common occurrence, it would be great if you could change your own tire without asking for help. Changing a tire is a simple task, provided that you are willing to exert an extra effort and are prepared for it. Follow these simple steps and you’ll be able to […]



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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 to Flush Your Vehicle’s Cooling System

Toy car

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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How to Change the Oil in Your Car

Oil change kit

Regularly changing your car’s engine oil and filter is one of the most important things you can do to keep your car running well. Over time, your oil will break down and your filter will become clogged with contaminants. Depending upon your driving habits and type of vehicle, this may take as few as 3 […]



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Disc brakes vs. drum brakes: What they are, how they work, which is better

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Brake technology, just like suspension technology and fuel-system technology, has come a long way in recent years. One of the first steps taken to improve braking came in the early ’70s when manufacturers, on a widespread scale, switched from drum to disc brakes. Here is an article that explains the difference between disc brakes vs. drum brakes, […]



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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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