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Auto Repair Services in Billings, Montana

Highly experienced auto repair with all makes and models, domestic or foreign. Our mechanics are trained technicians who can help with all recommended maintenance as well as all auto repair and services.

We are a true dealership alternative for auto repair, auto service and vehicle maintenance. All our services and repairs come with a warranty that will cover 12 months or 12,000 miles after you leave our shop.

Our state-of-the-art facility uses current technology and specialized shop equipment to accurately and safely diagnose, repair and service vehicles.

We strive to make your auto service experience pleasant and stress-free. We take care of our customers and pride ourselves on providing exceptional customer service. Our mechanics are available to answer your questions about your vehicle needs.

Auto Repair

Our technicians are professional mechanics and use the best automotive diagnostic equipment to scan, troubleshoot and fix vehicle problems quickly and efficiently.

All repairs are approved by you before any work is done. So you can expect excellent workmanship and service at a fair price for all of your auto repair and service care needs.

A well maintained vehicle is more fuel efficient, more reliable, and will last longer. Keep your vehicle maintenance on schedule and protect your investment and vehicle running in top condition! Extend the life of your car and enjoy the benefits of the top performance and fuel economy it can deliver. From factory recommended maintenance to complete auto repair, our experts can help keep your car on the road longer.

Auto Repair Services

We’ll find the rattle in your dash, the vibration in your steering or the pulsating in your brakes. We will diagnose your check-engine light problem, repair your brakes, and service your air-conditioning system. We’ll change the oil, fill your washer fluid, and replace your battery. We’re here to keep your vehicle running its best.


  • Inspections are vital to your vehicle’s proper operation, longevity, and safety. Inspections include checking fluid levels, tires, lights and other system components. Our qualified technicians review any problems that may have been found and give you information about proper vehicle maintenance and repair.
  • We will prioritize the maintenance, service or repair as needed so you will not be overwhelmed and can plan for future expenses.


  • Before you buy that used vehicle you should always get a Pre-Purchase Inspection done by I’m Automotive. The buyers inspection service includes: a detailed mechanical inspection report, body inspection, vehicle history report and market value report.


  • Manufacturer maintenance schedules can mean everything from a quick break check up to a complete tune up. We will walk you through any scheduled maintenance that is due to keep your vehicle properly maintained and on schedule.


  • Without an engine, your vehicle is going nowhere fast, which is why it’s important to properly maintain it. So if your engine needs service, repair, rebuild or replacement come see us so we can get you back on the road again.


  • An illuminated check engine light means you should have your vehicle checked as soon as possible. We offer the expertise to decipher check engine light codes, resolve the required maintenance or repair issues, and get your car on the road safely without the worries of an illuminated “check engine light.”


  • Automatic transmission fluid serves a multitude of purposes. Among other things, it cleans, cools, lubricates, transmits force, transmits pressure, inhibits varnish build-up and protects the transmission.
  • For best results you should have your auto maintenance done as well as car’s transmission fluid and filter changed every year or 15,000 miles.
  • The majority of transmission failures are heat-related because automatic transmission fluid breaks down rapidly when subjected to high temperatures.


  • Eventually, the protective additives in the drive case oil break down. Replacing the oil at the manufacturer’s required service interval will help to prolong the life of the gears and bearings within the differential ensuring your car’s turning remains nice and smooth.


  • You should always be aware of the condition of your brakes at all times since normal travel wears them down. From the brake pedal to hydraulic brake fluid, brake master cylinder to power brake booster, drum brakes to disc brakes and electronic anti-lock brake sensors, our technicians know every part of your brake system inside and out.


  • Car overheating can come from a variety of sources. With engine combustion temperatures reaching 2000° F and higher, there is a lot of heat to deal with.
  • The radiator it is a vital part of engine’s cooling system. Therefore it is important to keep it maintain and serviced.
  • When servicing the radiator and changing the coolant it is important to inspect and replace any leaking, brittle, spongy, cracked, or rotted hoses when necessary.


  • Sooner or later your car’s engine accessory drive belts, timing belts, and coolant hoses will eventually dry out and crack.
  • Keeping your timing belt in working order is crucial to the overall health of your vehicle.
  • Drive belts provide power to engine-mounted accessories like the power steering pump, air conditioning compressor, mechanical cooling fan, and air injection pump.
  • In order to help protect against roadside breakdowns and expensive repairs we recommend regular inspections, auto maintenance coupled with timely automotive belt and hose replacement.


  • Oil is the lifeblood of your engine because it reduces friction, lessens wear, provides lubrication, forms a seal between the pistons, rings and cylinder walls while helping to cool engine parts. Without the cleaning action of new oil, carbon and varnish buildup would be toxic to the engine.
  • Periodic auto maintenance including oil and filter changes keep your engine clean on the inside. Motor oil can become contaminated by dust, metallic shavings, condensation, and even antifreeze. Because additives break down over time they can also act as contaminants.


  • Driving with a dirty filter restricts the air entering the engine, and if severe, can impact fuel economy and performance.
  • Because the typical air filter is a disposable, pleated-paper element with a sealing gasket made of synthetic material it should be changed every 9,000 to 12,000 miles.


  • Fuel filters trap harmful contaminants that may cause problems with carburetors and intricate fuel injectors.
  • A contaminated filter can restrict fuel flow from your car’s electric fuel pump, eventually taking a toll on its life.
  • Fuel injection systems maintain pressure in the lines that must be relieved prior to filter replacement. So it’s best to have your car’s fuel filter replaced by a qualified service professional.


  • AC systems have components that require attention to avoid drying out and cracking. Let us service your A/C or heater to keep you comfortable at any temperature.
  • Heater systems will also need regular check-ups from time to time to make sure they have no leaky valves or blockages.


  • There are many symptoms of a faulty suspension system and being aware of common warning signs can save you from having expensive repair costs, not to mention keeping your passengers safe. Some warning signs may include a vehicle’s tendency to pull to one side when driving, wheels wiggling and wandering back and forth, bouncing/dipping AFTER going over a bump, steering wheel slipping, difficulty steering, wheel vibration, and screeching or screaming noises when steering at low speeds.
  • Utilizing the latest diagnostic equipment our technicians can repair, service, and diagnosis your steering system and suspension.


  • Our technicians can help improve your visibility by inspecting and replacing windshield wiper blades, headlamps, turn signals, and brake lights.
  • For best results, replace the wiper blades twice a year, each spring and fall. When worn or damaged, bad wipers can do more than impair visibility; they can also damage the windshield.


  • Your vehicle’s battery and its connections should be checked at every oil change. Battery connections should be clean, tight and corrosion-free.
  • Batteries don’t always give warning signs before they fail. Our trained professionals can test your car battery and replace it if necessary with a battery from leading brands.
  • If your car won’t start, the car battery isn’t always the only suspect. It could also be a starter, alternator, or spark plugs.



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