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Welcome to Aurora AutoPros’ blog! We post at least one new entry per month, usually concerned with some aspect of auto repair. As our auto mechanics encounter new issues and challenges, we pass on what we’ve learned to our customers. Our topics range from tips for driving to advice on dealing with weather changes to happenings and events in Aurora & the Denver metro area.

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Back to School Rituals: Get Your Car and Family in Gear!

Back to School Rituals: Get Your Car and Family in Gear!

Photo by Moren on Unsplash   Remember the days of carrying your little one into the car, buckling them up, and checking their car seat three or four times before driving off? Even if your kids are old enough to buckle themselves in, there’s a lot of routine and ritual behind your driving. Your car is a means of getting to where you need to go, but we believe they’re much more than that here at Aurora AutoPros.    The school year is beckoning, and we thought we’d make our favorite back-to-school rituals the driver of this month's blog. We've got some car-focused rituals that will have you and your kids cruising through the school year with ease! 1. Post Pick-up Gas Check: Fuel Up for Awesome Adventures! Picture this: you've finally got all the kids in the car, it looks like you’ll make it right in time for the first bell, and just as yo ... read more

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Tire Health: A Guide to Tire Health and Repair for Aurora Auto Owners

Tire Health: A Guide to Tire Health and Repair for Aurora Auto Owners

Photo by Obi on Unsplash Tire Health: A Guide to Tire Health and Repair for Aurora Auto Owners As an Aurora vehicle owner, you know how important keeping your vehicle in tip-top shape is. One crucial aspect of auto maintenance is tire health. Healthy tires can improve fuel efficiency, reduce the risk of accidents, and prolong the life of your vehicle. This post will provide tips and information on tire care and repair to keep you rolling safely. The Penny Test: My Favorite Customer Friendly Hack! Worn-out or damaged tires can be dangerous, especially in inclement weather conditions. Sure, we may be clear of any snow currently, but heavy rains can mean hydroplaning hazards. It's best to replace your tires before they are too worn. Your tires can give you plenty of clues when they're starting to wear out. Some everyday tire wear and tear signs include uneven tread wear, bulgi ... read more

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Top 3 Ways To Prepare Your Vehicle For Winter

Top 3 Ways To Prepare Your Vehicle For Winter

Photo by White Field Photo on Unsplash We blinked, and suddenly it's October! Here in Colorado, the mornings are brisk, and the leaves have gorgeous hues of gold, red, and orange. Many households take advantage of this season to decorate for Halloween and take their vehicles in for a checkup! Fall is the season to have your vehicle checked and schedule any needed repairs before the frigid weather arrives. There is no such thing as an ideal time to be stranded on the side of the road, but in freezing temperatures, it can be worse than inconvenient – it can be downright dangerous. To help you avoid winter woes, we want to share the top three ways you can prepare your vehicle during Autumn for the coming Winter months. Tires ... read more

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Are your brakes talking to you? And are you listening?

Are your brakes talking to you? And are you listening?

Are Your Brakes Trying to Tell You Something? If your brakes are trying to tell you something, you should pay attention. A properly operating brake system helps ensure safe vehicle control and operation and it should be checked immediately if you suspect any problems, says the non - profit Car Care Council. “While an annual brake inspection is a good way to ensure brake safety, motorists should NOT ignore signs that their brakes need attention,” said Rich White, executive director, Car Care Council. The Car Care Council reminds motorists to look for the following warning signs that their brakes need to be inspected : • Noise: screeching, grinding or clicking noises when applying the brakes. • Pulling: vehicle pulls to one side while braking. • Low Pedal: brake pedal nearly touches the floor before engaging. • Hard Pedal: must apply extreme pressure to the pedal before brakes engage. • Grabbing: brakes grab at the slightest touch to the pedal ... read more

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Air Conditioning: 2 Signs That Your Vehicle Needs Service

Air Conditioning: 2 Signs That Your Vehicle Needs Service

As Colorado temperatures rise, drivers will be eager to crank the A/C for a cool, comfortable ride. Some of those drivers will be furrowing their brows, wondering why the air is not getting very cool or taking a long time to cool. Signs that the A/C needs serviced are: Warm air blowing from the a/c vent Warm air blowing means the A/C system is not operating correctly. Air-conditioning systems are sealed circuits, and any loss of cooling ability calls for an inspection of the entire system. The cause could be due low freon level due to a leak somewhere or a component has failed, like the A/C compressor or the cooling fan. An engine running hotter than normal can also affect the performance of the A/C system. (This is another reason you should get your vehicle inspected at regular intervals!) ... read more

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Brakes: More than just “PUSH THE PEDAL”!

Brakes: More than just “PUSH THE PEDAL”!

The brakes are obviously how we stop or slow down a vehicle but  many drivers don’t realize the various components of the braking system that work together to keep us safe. It's more than just pushing the pedal.  The components of the brakes are pads, rotors, shoes, drums, master cylinder, wheel cylinders, brake hoses, brake lines, brake fluid, brake calipers – phew! That’s a lot of moving parts. When you get a brake inspection, these are the components should be inspected! If the ABS light is on, that is an indication that something is awry; you should schedule diagnostics to be performed.  Most newer vehicles have Anti-Lock Brakes (ABS System) but many drivers don’t understand its function. The ABS System enhances the brakes by preventing preventing the wheels from locking up while you try to steer normally ... read more

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6 SIMPLE STEPS TO SAVE MONEY [ON CAR REPAIR]

6 SIMPLE STEPS TO SAVE MONEY [ON CAR REPAIR]

For many, a car means the freedom to go when and where you want! But no one relishes the maintenance needs that come with it. And yet, maintenance prevents untimely breakdowns and expensive repairs! Occasionally do these 5 Simple Tasks to stay ahead of problems. Oil Change - The best thing you can do for your vehicle is to get regular oil changes from a trusted shop. At Aurora AutoPros, every oil change includes a Digital Safety Inspection that helps our customers plan and make informed decisions. Walk around your vehicle – Some people are rarely passengers in their own cars and given our busy lives, many only see the driver’s side. Occasionally walk all the way around your vehicle to check tires and see if they have decen ... read more

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