OUR SERVICES

Body Repair & Paint

Got some rust? A scratch or dent. No problem, we can fix it in... View Details
Body Repair & Paint

Routine Maintenance

Bad Headlight? Wiper Blades? Turn Signal or Tail Light not working? Dont get a... View Details
Routine Maintenance

Routine Maintenance

Is your Check Engine Light on? Its probably a sensor. We can use the... View Details
Routine Maintenance

Tire Repair – Replacement

Have a flat tire? Worn Tires? a Leakey Rim? We have you covered. Tire... View Details
Tire Repair – Replacement

Oil – Filter Changes

It is important to have regular oil changes, we can change your oil and... View Details
Oil – Filter Changes

Brake Repair – Replacement

We offer full Brake service. Dont take chances. Noisy brakes or spongy brakes and... View Details
Brake Repair – Replacement

About Midwest Automotive Repair

Midwest Automotive Repair was founded on the principal of Fast, Honest, Affordable Repair and Maintenance of your Vehicle to keep you on the Road without Breaking the Bank.

SOME OF OUR SERVICES

  • Tire Repair, Replacement and Rotation
  • Brake Repair and Replacement
  • Oil and Filter Change
  • Cabin and Air filter Replacement
  • Wiper Blade Replacement
  • Bulb Replacement
  • Computer Troubleshooting and Code Clearing
  • Engine and Transmission Service

OUR SPECIALISTS

Eric Kuhn

Eric Kuhn

PROFESSIONAL MECHANIC
Dan Higgins

Dan Higgins

LEAD MECHANIC

LATEST NEWS

TOWING AVAILABLE AT MIDWEST AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE

Need a vehicle moved, or towed to our shop? Not a problem. We have Partnered with a reliable licensed and bonded towing company to get the job done quickly and safely at an affordable price.

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MIDWEST AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR WILL GET YOU THROUGH EMISSIONS TESTING

Emissions testing can be a nerve racking time for owners of vehicle with check engine or service lights illuminated. Let us diagnose your vehicle and find out what the problem is. Most of the time its a simple sensor. we…

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COMPUTERIZED SCANNING AND DIAGNOSTICS AVAILABLE.

Midwest Automotive Service uses the latest computer technology to scan a vehicles computer system and get detailed information about exactly what is wrong with a vehicle. After the diagnosis, we can give you an accurate estimate of exactly whats involved…

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BRAND PARTNERS

Your coolant is what helps keep your vehicle from overheating. It, just like your vehicle’s oil, can break down and cause sludge. This wears down your vehicle and could cause it to overheat. This is not good. A coolant flush allows you to get rid of all of that broken down coolant and replace it with clean coolant. It also allows you to clean out a bit of that broken down coolant, preventing it from causing further damage to your engine .

A tire rotation… well… rotates your tires. This causes the wear on your tires to be redistributed to other parts, which will extend the life of your tires. If you don’t rotate your tires then the wear on them will be centralized to one spot, forcing it to be replaced sooner. With centralized wear, your tires may even pop sooner so be sure to rotate your tires!

In a one word answer? Yes. Winter tires provide more traction in slippery conditions which can help keep you on the road and away from the side of the road. They also help you get up slippery hills. That means while others are left on the side of the road, you will be cruising to your destination with complete peace of mind.

Oil is the lubricant that keeps your vehicle running. If you choose not to change your oil then it will completely break down and leave a sludge in your vehicle’s engine. This will wear your engine over time and cause it to break down much sooner.

There a few different types of oil. The best way to check to see what oil your vehicle uses is to check the owner’s manual. This will tell you whether your vehicle uses synthetic or conventional oil. Conventional oil wears out sooner and needs to be changed more frequently than synthetic oil so be sure to know the distinction.

The type of filter that your vehicle needs depends on the type of oil that it needs. Conventional oil needs to be changed about every 3,000 miles and only requires a conventional filter. Synthetic oil, on the other hand, lasts much longer. It can last anywhere between 6,000 and 12,000 miles.

Please use this form to contact us about any questions you may have about your vehicle. Please include a detailed description and photos if possible.