Looking For a Mechanic?
At Northwest Auto & Tire you will find more than just a “mechanic” to service your vehicle. We employ A.S.E. certified technicians, that have years of experience servicing vehicles. But today’s vehicles require more than just a good technician. It also requires a lot of very sophisticated equipment. It doesn’t matter how good your technician is, he is helpless without the proper tools to diagnose and repair your vehicle.
That’s why at Northwest Auto & Tire we make sure our technicians attend the appropriate classes every year. We also use the same tools that you will find at your dealer, and we keep them current and up to date.
We are one of the few auto repair shops that still offer’s “Full Service”. Our services range from lube, oil and filter work, to diagnosing today’s complex computer-controlled fuel injection systems.
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Northwest Auto & Tire Blog
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