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Monthly Archives: August 2015

Davis Repair's Web.com Testimonial Video

Did you know that we have a marketing team? Well, now you do. We hire people to help us market ourselves so that we can focus on what we do best, which is take care of your family’s cars, of course! One part of our team is Web.com, who is in charge of our Google AdWords. They came out to shoot this testimonial video featuring us and we thought we’d share it with you. Enjoy

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Maintaining Your Diesel in Denver

Diesel engines have been used extensively in Europe and Asia for many years. They haven’t been as common in Denver because of the high sulfur content in our diesel fuel. But the government is now mandating lower sulfur content and, as a result, we are going to see more Greenwood Village car owners driving diesel-fueled vehicles on the road, especially in passenger cars and SUV’s. Diesels are popular because they get better fuel efficiency than gas-powered engines. They also last longer. Modern diesel engines are quiet and powerful. If you still associate diesel engines with black smoke, then you’re not up with the times; that smoke is a thing of the past. Diesels don’t produce any more pollutants than gasoline engines. The pollution standards for diesel-powered vehicles are as strict in Colorado as for other vehicles. Also, diesel engines can run on bio-diesel fuels as well as fossil fuels. Diesel fuel can be produced from vegeta ... read more

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New Survey: Nearly 80 Percent Of Consumers Think Vehicle Hacking Will Be A Frequent Problem In The Near Future

ShopOwner Mag just published an article laying out the findings of a new survey revealing that hacking vehicles is a major concern for almost 80% of consumers. Have you been paying attention to this issue? What do you think? The vulnerabilities of vehicle hacking have made an impression on car owners and shoppers, and nearly 80 percent say it will be a frequent problem within the next three years or less, according to a new survey by Kelley Blue Book. Awareness of the recent Jeep Cherokee hacking incident is very high, and nearly half of respondents said they will keep this event in mind when buying or leasing their next car. Moreover, the majority of consumers do not think there will ever be a permanent solution to the problem of vehicle hacking. ... read more

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Why is My Check Engine Light On?

The Check Engine Light strikes fear into the hearts of some Greenwood Village car owners and is totally ignored by just as many. What exactly it means is a mystery to most car owners, when you get right down to it. Let’s get the urgent issues out of the way first. If your check engine light is flashing, that means that something is wrong that could cause essential engine damage. Naturally, you need to get that taken care of right away. If your check engine light is flashing, you shouldn’t drive at Colorado interstate speeds, tow, or haul heavy loads. Take it easy all the way to our service station. If you’re questioning whether you should dive in or get a tow, call us! If the light is glowing steadily, you should keep an eye on it for a day or two. If the light doesn’t go off, schedule an appointment with your honest Davis Repair technician to get it checked out. Some more beneficial information on how the Check En ... read more

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Davis Repair Often Asked About Premium vs. Regular Gas

Centennial area auto owners often ask the question: “Will using premium gas make my car run better?” The answer is simple. But first, let’s talk about premium gasoline; what is it, exactly? Different grades of gasoline have different octane ratings. Regular gasoline has the lowest octane rating and premium the highest. Most gas stations around Denver, Colorado also carry a mid-grade that falls in between the two. The octane range for the different grades of gas varies by region due to altitude differences. Engines require different octane ratings because of design differences. For example, turbocharged engines usually require premium gas. There’s a sticker on your gas tank filler lid that tells you the minimum octane rating your automobile manufacturer recommends. For help identifying the type of gasoline your engine needs, come by Davis Repair in Centennial: ... read more

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