Quality Auto Repair Service in Queen Creek, AZ
AZ Auto Repairs’ goal is to “Provide reliable, worry-free transportation for our clients”.
AZ Auto Repair, Repairs all Makes and Models
Established in 2001, AZ Auto Repair has provided motorists in the Queen Creek and San Tan Valley area with comprehensive, professional automotive repair services that include everything from Diagnostics, general services, under car services, alignments, brakes, engine & transmission swaps, all engine maintenance, transmission services, 4x4 Services, heating and cooling services, electrical services, Domestic & Import cars & trucks, to oil changes. Ask about anything we didn’t mention. Our goal is to offer the best services available at affordable prices; to get you back on the road in no time.
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Welcome To AZ Auto Repair
Extend the life of your tires and fuel efficiency with AZ Auto Repair.
Most vehicle owners are aware of the required maintenance on their vehicles.
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We have technicians who are specialists for your vehicle.
Regular brake maintenance can prevent brake problems.
Your brakes will let you know when you have problems. In most cases, you will hear a high-pitched squealing or rubbing noise from the wheels. You may hear this noise with or without the brakes applied.
Have you had your radiator and coolant system checked or flushed recently? Regardless of the climate, it’s crucial to have your coolant system maintained on a regular basis to avoid overheating and costly repairs.
Regular wheel alignment and tire rotation are important in increasing the life of your tires and fuel efficiency, not to mention safety, peace of mind and saving money in the long run.
Auto AC systems don’t usually require too much maintenance, but a yearly A/C service is highly recommended to maintain optimum efficiency and sustain refrigerant levels.
Vehicle owners can enjoy a number of benefits when it comes to ensuring that their car or truck is in the best condition possible. Scheduling an appointment for a professional fuel system service is important.
For ensuring that your side by side is ready for anything, it’s important to keep up with routine maintenance. Maintaining your UTV will ensure top performance in any condition and help prevent costly downtime.
Auto Repairs and UTV Repairs
You’ll be hard-pressed to find the same level of expertise that our auto technicians provide! We have years of experience working on both domestic and import vehicles of all makes and models and can work with you to find cost-effective repair and maintenance alternatives.
Our Professional Staff
Our technicians are and MUST be ASE certified to work at our shop. They all have the proper certifications, which is a must when you are an AAA-approved shop. AZ Auto Repair is the ONLY AAA-approved shop in Queen Creek/San Tan Valley area. With very knowledgeable technicians, it’s easy for us to diagnose your vehicle’s problem(s) and get them handled in a timely manner.
Trust AZ Auto Repair and Midwest Motor Sports
For a high-performing vehicle, trust AZ Auto Repair and Midwest Motor Sports with your car, truck, van, or UTV. To learn more about the services we offer, please contact us by phone at (480) 888-0430, send us an email at email@example.com; or contact us via Facebook. We look forward to hearing from you!
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Frequently Asked Questions
Servicing your car – why it’s important.
Dashboard Lighting Up Like a Christmas Tree?
Life is good but then your dashboard instrument panel lights up like a Christmas tree. You painstakingly review the symbols from the owner’s manual and corresponding OBD-II codes.
Now that you are up to speed on the on-board diagnostic system, it would seem that the air flow sensor, O2 sensor, electric load detector, alternator FR circuit, evaporative emission control system have all up and decided to stop working.
Or maybe it is a much simpler fix. For example, in some Honda Civics, a bad terminal or a poor connection in part of the under-dash fuse/relay box could result in all of the above diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) setting.