Routine Maintenance Extends the Life of Your Car
Minimize serious breakdowns and higher costs associated with automotive repair by scheduling routine maintenance on your car. This includes such things as oil and filter changes, checking & rotating tires, checking & refilling fluids, replacing belts and hoses, replacing light bulbs, checking the air conditioning. It is also recommended to have a tune-up and wheel alignment annually. You don’t need to take your car to your dealer for this kind of service and you won’t void your warranty! Why is routine maintenance important? According to the Car Care Council, with proper care, the typical vehicle should deliver at least 200,000 miles of safe, dependable performance. The most common maintenance procedures and repairs to keep a car operating safely and reliably ...
John’s Auto is available for any of your vehicle needs whenever you need them. We understand being without a vehicle can be a big hassle so we offer towing services through our local partners to get you here. We also offer a complimentary shuttle service from our shop so getting your vehicle repaired doesn’t have to be a great big hassle.
Transmission systems are complicated and it’s important yours is serviced by a well-trained, full-service shop such as John’s Auto who can properly diagnose your vehicle.
Oil / Lube / Filters
We provide changes for all vehicles. Following a schedule keeps your car suffering from larger, more expensive damage.
Tire services include repairs, pressure monitoring, rotation, and balancing—all important to keep you safe and on the road.
Brake wear and tear is based on such things as your driving style, driving conditions, and mileage. It’s important to service your brakes regularly as they are the number one safety factor in your vehicle.
Heating & Cooling Systems
Your vehicle needs to properly heat and cool itself not only for your comfort but for the longevity of your engine as well. We are certified to diagnose and repair many components in your cooling system including the radiator, thermostat, water pump, belts and more.
If your Check Engine light is on, there’s a good chance something is wrong in the Emission System. We’ll diagnose you, repair the problem and keep you from failing this federally mandated test.
In today’s cars the electrical system is a complicated computer network. Our technicians are up to date on the technology in today’s newest models as well as older models.