Monthly Archives: November 2016

Is Your Littleton Driving Severe?

People near Littleton Colorado often ask Eagle Automotive Service how often they should have a particular service done. It’s a great thing to ask. You can look at your owner’s manual, or have your Littleton Colorado service advisor at Eagle Automotive Service look up your vehicle in a service database. What you find is often a surprise to people – there are actually two service schedules. One is the regular schedule and the other is the severe service schedule. Service intervals are shorter on the severe service schedule. When asked, most folks in Littleton Colorado will say that their driving is normal and that the ‘regular’ schedule probably applies to them. ‘Severe service’ sounds pretty extreme – ‘I don’t drive like that’. Well, here is what the manufacturers say constitutes severe driving conditions; you can draw your own conclusions. If that’s severe driving, what constitutes regular driving? Well, it would look something like this: I live somewhere with ... read more

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Busted: The Maintenance-Free Myth In Littleton

Busted: The Maintenance-Free Myth In Littleton

There’s a segment of the Littleton population that’s not committed to proper vehicle maintenance. Mistaken perceptions have crept into the Colorado area over time. Many Littleton motorists think the root lies in the fact that modern cars are so reliable. Reliability has improved dramatically in recent years. Quality surveys report fewer problems with new cars than ever before. Back when cars spent more time in the repair shop, Littleton drivers were more mindful of routine service. Now, it’s much easier to put it off. Take tune-ups for example. In the days of mechanical ignition systems, an engine needed to be tuned-up every couple of years. The ignition points had to be replaced, spark plugs and coils replaced and the timing adjusted. If your engine was out of tune, you knew it. It ran poorly and got bad fuel economy. Now, the ignition system in your SUV is electronic and controlled by the engine management computer. Spark plugs rar ... read more

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