Coupons - Midtown Auto Service & Repair
HUNTER DSP600 LASER ALIGNMENT MACHINE. NEWEST TECHNOLOGY FROM THE OLDEST COMPANY WHO STARTED THE ALIGNMENT MACHINES. CANNOT BE COMBINED WITH OTHER COUPONS OR OFFERS
Price: $50.00 off any work over $300
Have signals or fans not working or some other kind of electrical issue, try our electrical diagnostic it is the best in town. We specialize in those hard to fix issues.
DIAGNOSE CHECK ENGINE LIGHT ON & GIVE QUOTE FOR PARTS AND LABOR.
Price: 1/2 OFF W/ APPROVED WORK.
CHECK ENGINE LIGHT ON. 96 AND NEWER CARS & TRUCKS ONLY. CANNOT BE COMBINED WITH OTHER COUPONS OR OFFERS
$30.00 OFF ANY SERVICE
Price: SEE DESCRIPTION BELOW
$30 OFF ANY SERVICE $300 OR MORE. CANNOT BE COMBINED WITH OTHER COUPONS OR OFFERS
Used Car Inspection / New Car Purchase Check Out
Why! Not know what kind of car your buying. let us do a 90 point punch list to see if the car or truck your buying is in good shape.
AUTO / CAR WATER PUMP / TIMING BELT WORK
Price: 10% OFF WORK.
10% OFF ANY WATER PUMP / TIMING WORK. ( UP TO $50 OFF ) CANNOT BE COMBINED WITH OTHER COUPONS OR OFFERS
Car Care Tip of the day
Automotive / Car Ignition Key Will Not Turn Houston,Tx
1. You may have engaged the anti-theft rod or steering wheel lock in the steering column. Generally this happens when you turn your car off with the wheels cut hard in either direction. You can generally remedy this problem by "jiggling" the steering wheel right and left while attempting to turn the key. 2. The key is bent or otherwise damaged. Take a good look at your key to insure that it is not bent, cracked, chiped, or damaged in any way. If it is, try starting the car with an alternate key. (You do have more than one key for your car right?) In a pinch, you may also be able to repair a slightly bent key by squeezing it flat in a vice. 3. The ignition lock cylinder is shot. Over time ignition locks can wear out. You will note a bad lock cylinder because the lock will be difficult to turn with any key and often will not turn at all. As a quick remedy, you can try a bit of penetrating oil (WD-40 or similar) inside the cylinder and on the key, but this is likely only a temporary solution. At some point you will need to replace the cylinder. (The sooner the better.)
My family and I have visited Mikey's shop since 1994. I personally have seen the blessings Mikey's shop has under gone. When I first start coming to his shop, he only had 3 bays and it was quite old looking.. Now, he has built it up to a 7 bay up-to-date shop with all the newest and greatest equipments. He has always been truthful and upcoming to my family and I. Which, I found that honarable in a business man. I mention these things because soon I'll be leaving out of state for work. Though, I can find another mechanic shop in the state I'm going to, but believe me, probably not the same service I received with Mikey. I give Mikey an "A" for effort and satisfaction of work.