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Monthly Archives: February 2014

Air Conditioning Maintenance At Davis Repair In Centennial

Warm weather or cold, Centennial drivers still need to think about their Ford’s air conditioning. Most Centennial people don’t service their air conditioning until after it fails. At Davis Repair, we can advise you on your vehicle manufacturer’s preventive maintenance schedules for air conditioning service, just as we do for transmission service, oil changes and so on. Maintaining your air conditioning system means that you always have enough refrigerant to properly do the job. Small leaks in the Ford’s air conditioning system allow the refrigerant to escape and the system can’t cool the air as well. We see that a lot at Davis Repair in Centennial. The refrigerant also contains a special oil that lubricates air conditioning components, and keeps the seals resilient. Low refrigerant and lubricating oil means that the air conditioning parts will wear out prematurely, and all Centennial car owners ... read more

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Using Proper Fluids In Your Ford Or Other Vehicle

Today Davis Repair is talking about the proper fluids for your vehicle. It’s become more complicated with changes in automotive design and manufacturing. It’s not that people in Colorado are confused as much as they don’t realize how much things have changed in recent years. Let’s take engine oil. Twenty or thirty years ago, there were just a handful of different weights of oil. The weight of an oil is a scientific measure of its properties, particularly its viscosity or thickness. It was common in those days to use a lighter weight oil in the winter when it’s cold outside. That way the oil would be able to splash around inside the engine and protect the parts before it was fully warmed up. And a heavier weight oil would be used in the summer. The thicker oil wouldn’t thin out too much in the summer heat and vaporize in the engine. Modern valve trains have become very complicated with more moving parts and small passages than ever before. The ... read more

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