Arvada Auto Tech & Diagnostic Center

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Arvada Auto Tech & Diagnostic Center
Arvada Auto Tech & Diagnostic Center is listed in the Muffler Repair category in Arvada, Colorado. Displayed below is the only current social network for Arvada Auto Tech & Diagnostic Center which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Arvada Auto Tech & Diagnostic Center on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 76.

Arvada Auto Tech & Diagnostic Center offers Muffler Repair services in Arvada CO.

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"Arvada Auto Tech & Diagnostic Center" - ZapScore Report

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Arvada Auto Tech & Diagnostic Center has an overall ZapScore of 76. This means that Arvada Auto Tech & Diagnostic Center has a higher ZapScore than 76% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Arvada, Colorado is 38 and in the Muffler Repair category is 67. Learn more about ZapScore

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Today The Car Doctors with Tony Peak and Jon Scott Young. 2-4pm MST at KYGT 102.8fm or 103.9fm on your Tune in Radio app or www.clearcreekradio.com. All your car questions can be answered by listening and calling in :)
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With potholes and wear and tear on the tires, I'm running a special price for an alignment at $49.99, which is my lowest price to date!

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Brake Fluid Brake fluid is a hydraulic fluid used as a medium to generate the pressure needed to activate the brakes. When you press the brake pedal, the master cylinder pumps fluid through the system, which pushes the brake caliper pistons against the brake pads, which in turn make contact with the brake rotors and slow the car. On most vehicles, brake fluid does not show up in the maintenance schedule and so there are no severe or normal service recommendations. The only recommendation suggested here is to check the brake fluid every oil change, inspecting closely for the proper level and signs that the fluid needs to be changed. Some manufacturers do suggest having the brake fluid completely changed every five to seven years, especially if you live in a state where you experience winter or a lot of rain. Brake fluid that is black in color has been overheated. Excess heat in the system is usually caused by a stuck brake caliper. So if the brake fluid is dark in color, the brakes should be checked for a malfunction. Rust sediment is an indication that moisture has contaminated the brake fluid. You need to keep a close eye on brake fluid because it is hydroscopic in nature, meaning it absorbs moisture, which reduces the effectiveness of the fluid. THE CAR DOCTORS RECOMMEND EVERY 30K MILES

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Power Steering Fluid Power steering fluid is hydraulic oil, just like transmission fluid. Most power steering systems consist of a pump and fluid reservoir, lines, and a power steering gear. The pump creates hydraulic pressure from pumping the fluid, which powers the steering gear, making steering easy. On most vehicles, power steering fluid does not show up in the maintenance schedule, so there are no severe or normal service recommendations. The only recommendation suggested here is to check it at every oil change, inspecting closely for evidence of metal flakes, indicating steering gear or pump wear; or a black or dark color, indicating overheating. Either condition calls for replacement of the fluid and inspection of the system. If the fluid appears to be overheated, the pump should be checked for internal wear. If you catch these problems early enough and replace the pump, you can usually circumvent replacing the steering gear later. THE CAR DOCTORS RECOMMEND EVERY 30K MILES