No matter what sort of issue is ailing your vehicle, Shoreview Auto Repair has the solution. We provide comprehensive auto care for all makes and models, so whether it's time for quick routine maintenance, an engine tune-up or extensive transmission repair, we've got you covered.
Routine brake inspections are vital; that’s why Shoreview Auto Repair employs expert technicians to tackle brake checks and repair.
Your car’s transmission helps ensure smooth, efficient travel, so take your vehicle to our service specialists, who are trained to work on all transmission types.
A check engine light (CEL) is the last thing you want to see when firing up your car. Stop by our service facility, where our team can quickly diagnose the issue causing the CEL to display.
Regular oil and filter change services help keep your car’s powertrain lubricated and protected from contaminants that can cause premature engine wear. Visit us for a quick oil change.
Don’t let a minor issue with your car turn into a major one! Our trained and certified technicians can help maintain your vehicle and keep running costs low.
For a safe and smooth ride down the road, rely on our team’s expert suspension system service.
Our trained service advisors and certified technicians are experts in all things car maintenance and repair. So if you have questions about the auto care your vehicle requires, don't hesitate to contact us. But first, check out these common service-related questions. At Shoreview Auto Repair, we've got answers!
Preventive maintenance is the protection and care of your automobile against potential major auto repair needs. Properly maintaining your vehicle can ward off issues that could cost far more money to fix down the road.
Most cars require routine oil changes, tire rotations and component inspections every 3,000 to 5,000 miles. It’s best to reference your car owner’s manual or check with trained and certified service specialists. Our team can always assist.
Difficulty starting the engine, strange noises or smells coming from under the hood, or warning lights displayed on the instrument cluster are common signs that it’s time for a tune-up. If something doesn’t seem quite right about how your car is driving, it’s best to have our experts take a look.
Get your car ready for colder weather ahead by checking its tire tread, wiper blades, heater system and other vital components for winter driving. A battery test and winter tire installation are other items to consider.
You’ll want to check several vehicle components, including the battery, brakes, tire tread and air pressure, air conditioning or heater system, and more. Also, consider topping off all fluids and replacing the air filter.
Brake dust or moisture can cause noisy brakes. A brake job typically includes inspecting and replacing the brake pads or shoes, resurfacing the rotors or drums, adding fresh brake fluid, and checking the entire brake system for other worn components.
The check engine light (CEL) could display due to a minor issue, such as a loose or faulty gas cap, or something more severe like a misfiring engine. When the CEL comes on, it’s time for a check-up!
There’s no one primary cause, but road debris, misalignment, worn suspension parts and underinflated tires are common culprits of tire damage.
If your car has a timing belt instead of a timing chain, it likely needs replacing every 60,000 to 100,000 miles. You can check with the vehicle manufacturer’s service recommendations or consult a trained and certified technician.
Most belts and hoses should be replaced at least every 5 years or 50,000 miles, sometimes sooner. It’s best to have your car’s belts and hoses regularly inspected so they can be replaced before failure.