Automotive Repair Blog: Tips, Facts, and Fixes

Monthly Archives: June 2020

Celebrate July 4th Safely

Celebrate July 4th Safely

July 4th is a special day when it comes to celebrating our freedom here in the United States. It typically includes gathering with friends and family, attending events or festivals, and watching grand firework displays. We know that this year's July 4th will definitely look different than previous years due to the current pandemic. However, there are still some ways that you can have fun and enjoy the day while remaining safe.  Even though you won't be able to gather in large groups, you can still enjoy the presence of close family members or friends while social distancing. We recommend getting the grill going, playing some games, and eating your favorite goods. Plus, you can even get some small sparklers or fireworks going! If you are planning on having fun this July 4th weekend, remember the following safety tips:  Planning on driving somewhere during the weekend? Don't forget to practice driving safely. Please don't drive if you are planning on consuming ... read more

My Car is Leaking...What Do I Do?

My Car is Leaking...What Do I Do?

Noticing a leak coming from underneath your vehicle can be worrisome. As soon as you see a leak, be sure to inspect the liquid to determine its color and where it is coming from. Fluid leaking from your car could mean a variety of different things, and the color of the liquid is usually an accurate indicator of where that leak is coming from. As soon as you have figured out the color of the liquid, bring your vehicle into the experts here at Pro Auto Care in Denver, CO. Our ASE certified technicians are experienced with all makes and models of vehicles and will fix your leak and get you back on the road quickly.  Here are some of the colors to look out for if you notice a leak: Red - Red fluid usually points to a transmission or power steering system leak. This can stem from a broken transmission seal or a hole in a line between systems.  Orange - Orange liquid can be tricky. The orange color can actually indicate leaking antifreeze or jus ... read more