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As an automotive service professional you have a knack for fine-tuning, and your music selection is no exception. Which is why ACDelco Tech Tunes on Pandora® offers a variety of rock and classic rock that captures the spirit of the "Be Certain" attitude.

The collection of modern rock and classic rock music on ACDelco Tech Tunes was assembled with the technician in mind. ACDelco Tech Tunes Radio also includes car-care trivia for automotive service enthusiasts exclusively on Pandora

 

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