What is Antifreeze and When Should You Change Your Antifreeze

September 19th, 2014 by

How Your Car Uses Antifreeze With winter fast approaching now is a great time to start thinking about preparing your car for winter. One of the most important things you can check before the temperatures drop is your car’s antifreeze. Think for a moment about the way a traditional combustion engine works, small explosions propel…

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Snow Tires; How they Work and Why You Should Have Them

September 12th, 2014 by

Snow Tires Are Worth It It may only be September 12th, but the snow that fell on many areas of Colorado this morning should be a reminder that winter is on the way; it isn’t too soon to start thinking about snow tires. Snow tires make winter driving significantly safer and less stressful. If you…

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When and Why You Should Wax Your Car

September 10th, 2014 by

How Do You Know When to Wax Your Car? If you have waxed your car before you know that it’s a time consuming process, and quite frankly a total pain. Because of this, many car owners never or infrequently wax their vehicles. Car owners often consider waxing their car something to be done only on…

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How to Prevent Automotive Rust

September 5th, 2014 by

Protect your Car from Rust Car rust is unsightly, fast spreading, and difficult to remove; but there are ways to prevent rust and keep your vehicle from depreciating. Rust prevention is especially important in states that utilize salt to melt snow on roads, so take extra care if you will be road tripping through the…

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When to Change Your Transmission Fluid

August 28th, 2014 by

Do You Need to Change Your Transmission Fluid? The transmission in your vehicle is one of the key components that delivers power to your wheels. Without a functioning transmission, you’re probably not going anywhere except maybe downhill. And if you do find yourself with a broken transmission, repairs costs can soar well above $3,000. Keep…

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Choosing the Correct Octane Fuel For Your Vehicle

August 25th, 2014 by

Putting the Right Octane Fuel In Your Vehicle Ever wonder why there are so many gasoline choices at the pump? You almost always have the choice of regular, mid-grade, or premium; sometimes you are presented with even more options. Each of these options is associated with a different octane rating, do you know what it…

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Avoid Auto Repair Scams – Fisher Peace of Mind

August 11th, 2014 by

Have Your Car Serviced By Someone You Trust and Avoid Repair Scams Cars are downright expensive, to buy, to insure, and to maintain. At Fisher, we understand this, and we will never suggest unnecessary maintenance items. Avoid costly repair scams and have your car serviced by a team you trust. What we mean by Auto…

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Five Tips to Increase Fuel Economy

August 5th, 2014 by

Improving Your MPG Means Big Savings Even a moderate increase in fuel economy can save you thousands of dollars in gasoline costs over the lifetime of your car. You can check exactly how much you can save with this calculator, and keep reading to learn how to achieve better fuel economy. Drive at a Moderate Speed…

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Car ?'s- How to Check and Maintain Proper Tire Pressure

July 30th, 2014 by

Here’s Fisher Auto‘s guide to how you can check your vehicle’s tire pressure. This is a quick and basic maintenance task that has many benefits. Performing this quick check regularly will yield higher fuel economy for your car, improved performance, a longer life for your tires and a safer ride overall. Here are the steps…

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Keeping Your Car Wash Eco-Friendly

July 21st, 2014 by

Keeping Your Car Clean  It’s safe to say that everyone feels better driving a clean car, plus regular washes can extend the life of your vehicle and even improve fuel economy. But did you know that washing your car at home may be one of the most environmentally un-friendly chores that you do? The Problem…

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How often should I rotate and balance my tires?

July 10th, 2014 by

Tire rotation and balancing are part of the basic maintenance of your vehicle’s tires to make sure they maintain traction and wear as evenly as possible. Like all maintenance, there are generally different manufacturer recommendations based on make and model. This will be an overview of the general “rules of thumb” that are accepted universally…

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OEM vs. Aftermarket Parts, Does it Matter?

July 3rd, 2014 by

When it comes time to replace a part on your vehicle, you may be overwhelmed by the number of replacement parts in the market. For example, a google shopping search for a “2012 Honda Civic brake rotor” yields 37 pages of results! To make deciding more complicated, prices range from $14 to over $150, so…

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Boulder’s Fisher Auto Helps Ensure That Your Vehicle Meets Emissions Standards

September 28th, 2011 by

How Does Emissions Testing Work? Emissions testing is done in an effort to improve the air quality in and around the Boulder and Denver areas. Automobiles produce harmful pollutants including ozone emissions, which emissions testing aims to reduce. Here at Fisher Auto, we are dedicated not only to providing the best auto service in the…

Replace Wiper Blades at Fisher Auto To Stay Safe on the Road

July 5th, 2011 by

When to Replace Wiper Blades? As a trusted auto repair center will tell you, windshield wipers need to be replaced every six to twelve months depending on what kind of weather you’ve been driving in. Why do you have to replace wiper blades at all? Because they’re made of rubber, and rubber doesn’t last forever….

Is Your Collision Center Part of the DuPont Performance Alliance?

April 28th, 2011 by

Fisher Collision Center & the DuPont Performance Alliance You’re probably not aware that the Collision Center at Fisher Auto is a DuPont Performance Alliance shop, or even what that means to you as a consumer. The DuPont Performance Alliance is a group of interdependent collision-repair centers, designed to ensure customer satisfaction through process improvement, performance…

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