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What You'll Get
Unable to care for themselves in the wild, automobiles form symbiotic relationships with humans, exchanging rides for oil changes and lightly salted books on tape. Strengthen the person-pinto bond with today’s Groupon: for $17, you get an oil change and tire rotation at Express Tune (a $36 value), located one block south of the Issaquah Park and Ride in Issaquah.
Trust road-weary wagons to the ASE-certified techs at Express Tune, who invigorate engines with new oil and a filter, while a tire rotation helps prolong the life of tires. After dismissing dingy, cluttered oil, techs massage manifolds with an infusion of up to 5 quarts of rejuvenating piston polish. Mechanics swap out oil filters, lube the chassis, and check the engine cooling system, belts, hoses and all fluids, topping off those in need with up to a pint of fluid and an encouraging kiss. To maintain roadway buoyancy, mechanics also check tire pressure upon request. Keep close-minded tires from glorifying past pavement with a tire rotation, which helps improve performance and maintain even wear to ensure greater mileage for the whole set.
Serving the area from the same location for 18 years, Express Tune allows for early and late drop-offs and provides a free shuttle to bring customers to or from local homes and offices.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 12, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. 24hr cancellation notice required. Additional fee for specialty fluids. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Express Tune
Express Tune technicians extend automotive longevity, drawing on ACE certification to tweak performance and bolster vehicular safety. The mechanics keep motor oil on hand to keep engines from accumulating damaging buildup and lift hoods to service engines and belts. In the bustling shop, a clattering chorus of tools drifts from beneath undercarriages as techs improve brake function and inspect tires. As state-certified emissions specialists, the mechanics test automotive output to make sure no car is polluting the airways with above-legal levels of toxins, and they inspect used cars for potential malfunctions or Kick Me signs taped to the bumper.