Auto Repair Shop in Houston, TX
Horeb Auto Repair in Houston provides tune-ups, oil changes, A/C service, diagnostics, brake service, engine repair, and more near Katy Fwy in Houston, TX. We are a family-owned and operated auto repair shop with certified technicians who work on all models, including (but not limited to) Ford, Chevrolet, Cadillac, Dodge, Nissan, Volkswagen, Audi, Infinity, Lincoln, Acura, Toyota, Buick, Honda, Mazda, and Mitsubishi.
Our ASE Certified technicians in the Houston area provide auto care and customer service with a fast response rate without sacrificing quality. We provide a shuttle service for those who need to drop off their vehicles and get to work, and our auto repair facility has a comfortable waiting area if you need to wait for an oil change or other small car repairs.
If your vehicle needs repairs or it is time for regular maintenance, contact Horeb Auto Repair in Houston, TX for an appointment.
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Horeb Autorepair Inc. is committed to producing the highest quality products, maintaining lasting relationships, providing excellent service and maintaining a safe work environment.
10030 Bissonnet St. #200C
Houston, TX. 77036
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Professional Auto Repair and MaintenanceWhen looking for an auto repair shop that you can trust to take care of your vehicle with quality work and proper diagnosis, make sure it is a professional auto repair shop that has ASE certified technicians. An auto repair shop with a combination of certified technicians, state of the art equipment, and great service is an auto repair shop you can trust with the care of your vehicle. Keeping your vehicle in good working order saves you money in the long run since the vehicle will last much longer. The average car loan is six years and is over $500 per month. Keeping your vehicle in good working order means that it will last much longer than the first six years of its life, thus saving you from making a car payment for many years after you finish paying it off. Additionally, keep in mind that when something breaks on your car, it almost always affects other parts. For example, if you let the brake pads get too low, you will have additional repairs that could become expensive, including replacing calipers, rotors, and in some cases, even brake lines. Putting off a seemingly minor repair, such as a minor tire alignment, could eventually do enough damage to cost you hundreds or even thousands of dollars. A vehicle that is out of alignment can damage tires and even damage suspension components. Contact our auto repair shop in Houston, TX for an appointment for reasonably priced car repair.
Houston, TX Car Tune-UpPart of the maintenance program for any vehicle is a tune-up. Spark plugs, wires — on vehicles that still use them, coils and coil packs, and other ignition parts are integral to keeping your vehicle running efficiently. Bad ignition components cause various engine trouble codes because they affect the mixture of gas and air in the intake and exhaust. If the mixture has too much gas, the vehicle is running “rich.” Too much air means it’s running “lean.” Rich and lean mixtures affect various sensors, including the oxygen sensor and exhaust gas recirculation components. These sensors send information to the engine control unit (ECU), which then attempts to make adjustments based on these readings. The ECU can only adjust the intake of air and fuel to a certain extent before the vehicle starts running poorly or, in some cases, doesn’t run at all. Because of the number of sensors affected by poorly maintained ignition components, it is imperative to keep your vehicle properly tuned. Contact us for an appointment for a tune-up on most makes and models.
Houston, TX Oil ChangeOil changes have come a long way. When you used natural engine oil, you had to change the oil every three months or 3,000 miles, whichever came first. Now, most vehicles use synthetic oil and have an oil change maintenance interval of 5,000 to 7,000 miles. Using synthetic oil doesn’t mean that you can wait to reach 10,000 miles, especially if you drive in harsh conditions, such as in the mountain, on days where temperatures reach 90 degrees and above, and other harsh conditions. Synthetic oil doesn’t break down like natural oil, but it does get dirty — and dirty oil can clog the oil galleys and the oil pump, thus causing you to spend thousands on an engine rebuild or a new engine. Even if you use full synthetic oil, oil changes are still an important part of maintenance.
Houston, TX A/C ServiceNothing is worse than getting in your vehicle on a hot and humid morning and finding out your air conditioning isn’t working properly. The weather in Houston, TX is a guarantee that you have to have air conditioning in your car. The best way to minimize a/c problems is to have the air conditioning system checked at least twice per year — once in the spring and again in the fall. During the fall, we can also make sure your car’s heater is working properly. From the air compressor to the heater core, repairs on most makes and models become expensive if you let them get out of hand. We’ll check for coolant leaks and make sure the compressor, fans, switches, and all other parts of the HVAC system are working properly at the beginning of the season.
Houston, TX Engine RepairA true full-service auto repair shop knows how to do major engine repairs. Our Houston, TX repair shop provides a waiting area for minor engine repairs that don’t take long and provides a shuttle service for those engine repairs that might take all day or several days. Engine repairs range from replacing sensors to rebuilding the engine or even replacing the engine. The ASE certified technicians at our auto shop provide a quick response rate, even on jobs that take more than one day. They also provide customers with updates on repair and maintenance for cars that take longer so you’re not left wondering. Major engine repairs range from replacing camshafts and oil pumps to replacing the entire engine. Timing chains and timing belts are also considered major engine repairs since most take at least a day. Other common engine repairs include:
- Valvetrain repair
- Replacing intake manifolds
- Replacing camshafts
- Replacing oil pumps
- Replacing crankshafts
- Cam bearings
- Crank bearings
- Harmonic balancers
- Variable valve timing issues, including variable camshaft timing solenoids and cam phasers