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Get Your Oil Changed in Fort Collins, CO

Getting an oil change is easily the most procrastinated piece of auto service that drivers around Loveland, CO, and Greeley, CO avoid doing. It's one of those things that isn't immediately apparent, easily falling on the "I'll get to it when I get to it" list. However, not changing your oil can have incredibly detrimental effects on the integrity of your engine. So, if you're looking for a reliable place with a friendly face to get your next oil change in Fort Collins, CO, it's time to see the team at Dellenbach Motors.

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Welcome Colorado State University!

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We're inviting all students, faculty and administration of Colorado State University who are looking for a local, family-owned car dealership they can trust.
 
Dellenbach Motors is pleased to provide professional auto service, repair, parts and sales for the CSU Rams. We’re also a trusted new and used dealership for Chevy, Cadillac and Subaru, and we’re located right down the street from campus in beautiful Fort Collins, Colorado.
 
From a basic oil change and tire rotation, to more extensive repairs, Dellenbach has you covered with fair prices, honest advice and fast, thorough service.
 
 
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We sell tires too!

400 × 300Did you know Dellenbach Motors sells tires for all makes and models?

In fact, we have some pretty great deals.

You may not have been thinking of us as your go-to tire store, but we would love to change that! Right now you can get a 30-day price match guarantee or up to a $100 rebate on select brands.

Winter is coming so don't be left sliding around the streets of Fort Collins, Loveland or Greeley when you can get a great price on some great tires TODAY! 

Check out our parts specials page for more info, or just…
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Four Auto Service Tips to Keep Your Car Running Smoothly This Summer

While we may live amongst the Rockies here in Fort Collins, CO, we are not immune to the effects that the escalating temperatures that the summer months can bring. Rising temperatures bring new risks for your automobile, so if you're not looking to get stranded on your next road trip to Denver, we've got four pieces of advice for you to be aware of if it's been a while since your last service appointment.

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Visit Our Fort Collins Facility for High-Quality GM and Subaru Auto Service

Do you feel a sudden onset of panic when you see your check engine light appear on your vehicle dashboard? You may start to wonder, what's wrong with my car? Am I going to break down on my way to work today? Then you start thinking that you don't have the time to take it into the shop, but then realize the potential consequences of postponing a visit. Put all these anxieties to rest at Dellenbach Motors in Fort Collins, CO.

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Are You Ready for Winter?

Winter is here and that means it’s time to get your vehicle prepared for the cold weather. At Dellenbach Motors we know what it takes to keep vehicles running safely and efficiently during these cold weather months. When you service your vehicle with us, you can drive the roads of Fort Collins, CO with confidence knowing your car is ready to handle the snow and ice. But what services can help prepare your vehicle?

 

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What Affects Tire Pressure?

Losing tire pressure doesn’t always mean that you have a leak. There are several factors that change the volume of your tire pressure due to expansion and contraction. In addition, minor imperfections in the tire, rim, or valve can cause small amounts of leakage that are considered quite normal.

The air in your tires expands when the temperature is hot outside. Driving long distances and adding extra weight to your vehicle can also cause the air in the tires to heat up and expand. This can cause the reading on your tire pressure gauge to be higher. Cold...

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Tire Sizing Is Not Difficult If You Know How To Read The Code


Those numbers that are printed on the side of your tires can be an intimidating thing to try and decipher. But in reality, it is not that difficult. It is just a code and once you know how to break down the code you can read it on any tire.

To give an example, if a tire has a sizing code on it that reads 205/55R16 then that breaks down as:
  • P = Passenger Type Tire.
  • 205 = Tire width. In this case the tire is 205 millimeters wide.
  • 55 = Aspect ratio. This tire's height is 55% of it's…
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