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Monthly Archives: December 2014

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Alternator Honest Professional Repair. The First Time, Every Time! If your alternator is not charging the battery properly, it can leave your vehicle stranded on the roadside. The alternator has a very daunting task; it must keep your battery and electrical system at the proper voltage level at all times. With the complexity of today’s vehicles, your charging system has a lot of responsibility, it can effect many crucial systems if it is not performing to its full potential. Our technicians take many steps to ensure the longevity and performance of you vehicle’s charging system. Benefits of Eagle Auto Service: Professional and Honest RepairPremium/ Factory Quality PartsAAA Approved Auto Repair FacilityASE Certified Technicians That Know Your Car4 Year/48,000 Mile Warranty on Parts and Labor

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Saving Lives In Littleton With Tire Pressure

All new passenger vehicles on our Littleton Colorado roads now have tire pressure monitoring systems – TPMS for short. They are designed to alert you if your tires are under inflated. Since they are fairly new, a lot of people have questions about TPMS. First off, the most important thing is that you still need to check your tire pressure every week – or at least every time you gas up. The TPMS system alert comes in when your tire is twenty percent below the factory recommendation. So if the recommended pressure is thirty five pounds per square inch, the TPMS warning won’t come on until the pressure is at twenty eight pounds. That’s significantly under-inflated. Enough to raise safety concerns. The worst is tire failure. A severely under inflated tire can overheat and fail. Also, handling degrades to the point that you may not be able to steer out of trouble. Also under-inflated tires wear out f ... read more

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Make Your Battery Last

Today’s report from Eagle Automotive Service is on car batteries, why they die and what we can do to lengthen their life. Most of us have had a dead battery at one time or another. In fact, it would be very unusual if you hadn’t. You may be surprised to learn that only 30 percent of Littleton vehicle batteries last for 48 months. Now that’s an average. How long a battery lasts depends on many factors. You may not know that one of the biggest factors is the temperature where you live and drive around Littleton. You might suppose that cold weather was harder on batteries because it takes more power to crank a cold engine, but the opposite is actually true. Give Eagle Automotive Service a call today! 7921 S Platte Canyon Rd Littleton, Colorado 80128 10143 W. Chatfield Ave. Littleton, Colorado 80127 Batteries in very cold climates have a life expectancy of 51 months as opposed to 30 months in very warm climates. The reason is simple: batteries are chem ... read more

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