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Midtown Auto Service & Repair
4510 Almeda Rd
Houston,Tx 77004
ph: (713) 523-2886
fax:(713) 523-AUTO

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SERVICE CENTER HOURS

Monday - Friday  8:00 AM-5:30 PM
Saturday              8:00 AM-3:30 PM

We accept walk-ins!

Car Care Tip of the day

Do my automotive / car wheels need to be realigned after the struts have been replaced? Houston,Tx

On most vehicles they do. Here’s why: MacPherson struts are more than overgrown shock absorbers. They’re an integral part of your vehicle’s suspension. They replace the upper control arms and ball joints and serve as the steering pivots for the front wheels. When the strut assembly is unbolted and removed from the vehicle, the original alignment of the suspension is lost -- unless the position of the camber bolts and upper strut plate are first marked so they can be reinstalled in exactly the same position as before. But this only works if the same original strut is being put back into the car. If the strut is being replaced because it is leaking, damaged or worn out, the dimensions of the new strut will usually vary enough to cause a change in wheel alignment. So wheel alignment should at least be checked to see if adjustment is necessary (which it usually is). On some import cars, the struts are "rebuildable." The housing has a removable nut that allows the old guts inside to be dumped out and a new cartridge installed. On these vehicles, it should not be necessary to realign the wheels after rebuilding the strut
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I had some work done on my car and spent about $300 plus dollars at Domestic Auto Experts. It acted up 48 hrs after the repairs were done for the exact same problems. I had it towed in and they said, " it's going to cost another $300 plus dollars to fix." I was so pissed, I had it towed away from there. I drive by Midtown Auto Service everyday on the way to work and never paid them a visit. Since, I was at work he was the closest so I took it there. This guy fixed most of the problem it was doing but then I took it back again then it was perfect. Pretty good damm repair shop. I feel little guilty I was on tough on him. By the way, I got most of my money back from the other guys after I rasied a rucus.

-Kenneth R. Banks
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