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Your Nearest Store:

7980 S Broadway
Littleton, CO
303.515.7308

firestone storefront
Most stores are open nights and weekends

Store Hours:
Day(s) Hours
MON-FRI: 7:00am-7:00pm
SAT: 7:00am-6:00pm
SUN: 9:00am-5:00pm
MEMORIAL DAY: 7:00am-5:00pm
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VEHICLE INSPECTIONS AND CAR TUNE-UPS

Vehicle inspections are vital to the health of your car. Vehicle inspections are essentially a checkup for your vehicle, and Firestone Complete Auto Care's auto technicians are your car's expert medical staff. Vehicle inspections at Firestone Complete Auto Care help you keep your car running newer, stronger and longer.

Now you might be thinking, "Can I get a tune-up to fix or improve my car's performance?" Great question. A tune-up typically meant replacing spark plugs, spark plug wires and distributor caps (among other things, depending on the vehicle). As automotive technology progressed and cars became more sophisticated machines, "tune-ups" evolved to mean different things for different vehicles. The needs of cars, trucks and SUVs today extend beyond what was once called a traditional "tune-up."

Today, those key elements of a tune-up may not be needed to fix vehicle performance issues (like stalling, jerking, reduction in power or strange noises) that were once associated with needing a tune-up. To understand what is causing vehicle performance issues today, we start with a vehicle inspection.

VEHICLE SYMPTOMS AND DIAGNOSTICS

There are over 40 specialty certification exams that focus on a specific automotive area. ASE certification exams can include any of the following automotive focuses:

  • Frequent stalls
  • Strange noises, including knocking and pinging
  • Alternator problems
  • Reduction in power
  • Vehicle jerking/rough ride
  • Exhaust odor
  • After-run (the engine coughs and chugs for several seconds after shutting off the ignition)
  • Sluggishness upon acceleration
  • Inefficient fuel economy
  • Warning lights, including maintenance warning light, check engine light and service indicator light

 

FIRESTONE VEHICLE INSPECTIONS

If your vehicle is not running they way it used to, visit one of our 1,700+ Firestone Complete Auto Care stores and let's start with a vehicle inspection. Our ASE-certified automotive technicians know just what to look for as they conduct a vehicle inspection.

Keep your car healthy by being proactive when it comes to car maintenance and vehicle inspections. Come see us we're open nights and weekends, and you never need an appointment.

VEHICLE INSPECTIONS AND CAR TUNE-UPS

Vehicle inspections are vital to the health of your car. Vehicle inspections are essentially a checkup for your vehicle, and Firestone Complete Auto Care’s auto technicians are your car’s expert medical staff. Vehicle inspections at Firestone Complete Auto Care help you keep your car running newer, stronger and longer.

Now you might be thinking, "Can I get a tune-up to fix or improve my car’s performance?" Great question. A tune-up typically meant replacing spark plugs, spark plug wires and distributor caps (among other things, depending on the vehicle). As automotive technology progressed and cars became more sophisticated machines, "tune-ups" evolved to mean different things for different vehicles. The needs of cars, trucks and SUVs today extend beyond what was once called a traditional "tune-up."

Today, those key elements of a tune-up may not be needed to fix vehicle performance issues (like stalling, jerking, reduction in power or strange noises) that were once associated with needing a tune-up. To understand what is causing vehicle performance issues today, we start with a vehicle inspection.

 

VEHICLE SYMPTOMS AND DIAGNOSTICS

There are over 40 specialty certification exams that focus on a specific automotive area. ASE certification exams can include any of the following automotive focuses:

  • Frequent stalls
  • Strange noises, including knocking and pinging
  • Alternator problems
  • Reduction in power
  • Vehicle jerking/rough ride
  • Exhaust odor

  • After-run (the engine coughs and chugs for several seconds after shutting off the ignition)
  • Sluggishness upon acceleration
  • Inefficient fuel economy
  • Warning lights, including maintenance warning light, check engine light and service indicator light

FIRESTONE VEHICLE INSPECTIONS

If your vehicle is not running they way it used to, visit one of our 1,700+ Firestone Complete Auto Care stores and let’s start with a vehicle inspection. Our ASE-certified automotive technicians know just what to look for as they conduct a vehicle inspection.

Keep your car healthy by being proactive when it comes to car maintenance and vehicle inspections. Come see us – we’re open nights and weekends, and you never need an appointment.

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