Kealakekua, Hawaii

AutoTech

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AutoTech

81-981 Halekii St.
Kealakekua, HI 96750
(808) 322-8881
AutoTech, Auto Repair, Services, Kealakekua, Hawaii

Are you looking for an auto repair shop that places complete customer satisfaction and expert repair services at the top of their priorities? If so, AutoTech in Kealakekua, HI, is your premier destination for complete automotive service with a smile. For over 14 years, customers have enjoyed a friendly atmosphere from knowledgeable, ASE certified technicians with a specialty in servicing all domestic and foreign vehicles.

This auto repair shop offers a plethora of services to get you back on the road in a timely fashion, including oil changes, brake services, wheel alignments, tune-ups, tire repair, and other general services. More extensive services such as drivetrain repair, engine repair, and steering and suspension services are also available.

When searching for an auto repair shop staffed by informed technicians, you’ll need them to be knowledgeable about more than general auto repair services. At AutoTech, they’re trained in performing safety checks, car diagnostics, exhaust system repairs, and air conditioning service and repair. If you’re buying a car from a private owner, they also provide pre-purchase vehicle inspections, giving you peace of mind in the vehicle you’re thinking of purchasing.

Whether you’re in need of brakes and rotors for smoother, safer stops or your air conditioning system has failed, the experts at AutoTech will provide you with phenomenal repair work to match their undying commitment to customer satisfaction. Call their team today at (808) 322-8881 or visit them online for a complete list of services offered.

Announcements & Events from AutoTech
3 Causes of Uneven Tire Wear, Kealakekua, Hawaii
Vehicle owners can prolong the life of their tires by reducing wear through correct wheel alignment. Uneven treads can eat away at the rubber faster, potentially lowering tracti...read more
How to Avoid an Overheating Car in the Summer, Kealakekua, Hawaii
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4 Dashboard Lights You Shouldn’t Ignore, Kealakekua, Hawaii
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AutoTech Specials, Kealakekua, Hawaii
We at AutoTech want to thank all of our devoted customers who support our business. As the world moves through the many changes that COVID-19 is bringing, we want our customers ...read more
4 Facts About Motor Vehicle Safety Inspections, Kealakekua, Hawaii
Instead of waiting until you discover a malfunction in your vehicle, regular safety inspections help you avoid problems. Staying up-to-date with your car’s condition will also save y...read more
Whenever you drive, you depend on your braking system to make it safely to your destination. Therefore, it’s crucial to pay attention to signs that it might need urgent service....read more
If your car’s transmission slips out of gear when you’re driving, you might be left with an engine that is revving without being engaged or a vehicle that is suddenly in th...read more
We at AutoTech want to thank all of our devoted customers who support our business.   As the world moves through the many changes that the coronavirus (COVID-19) is br...read more
The yellow check engine light on your car’s dashboard illuminates when your vehicle’s engine needs attention. The reason service is required isn’t always obvious and sometimes may no...read more
It’s fairly easy to overlook routine vehicle maintenance. As long as your car is running well, taking it to the auto repair shop probably isn’t at the top of your mind. If you c...read more
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Realizing the brakes in your car aren’t working can cause immediate panic, but you need to try to stay calm and take steps to secure your safety. Afterward, you’ll want to sched...read more
When your exhaust system is damaged, it won’t be able to direct dangerous gases away from the vehicle properly. If these fumes leak, they can increase the risk of carbon monoxide poi...read more
Vehicle inspections, also commonly referred to as safety checks, are one of the most important responsibilities you have as a driver. In Hawaii, you need to get an official vehicle i...read more
When monitoring your brakes, it pays to develop a sensitive ear. One of the easiest ways to tell if your vehicle needs brake service is if you hear something unusual when you stop yo...read more
When it comes to car maintenance, you might hear the terms wheel alignment, tire alignment, or just alignment. All of this terminology refers to the same process. Alignment applies t...read more
Your tires are the only parts of your vehicle that regularly make contact with the road. They need to be in top shape for you to continue to enjoy a smooth and even ride. From p...read more
How you drive your car will naturally affect its performance, particularly when it comes to your automatic transmission. To avoid inadvertently damaging your vehicle and needing prem...read more
A good mechanic can often tell you which auto repairs you need based on the sound your car is making since a number of different problems create distinct noises. Here's wha...read more
When buying a used car, people tend to think a test drive and a quick peek under the hood is all that’s needed. While this can tell you if the car is running presently, you may not b...read more
A flat tire is likely one of the most common driving mishaps encountered on the road, but that doesn’t make it any less inconvenient. Many cars no longer come with a spare tire,...read more
If you’re a first-time car owner, you need to learn how to care for your vehicle’s brake system. Though brakes experience wear and tear over time, they may deteriorate prematurely be...read more
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Many people who are good with tools enjoy saving money by taking care of basic auto repair and maintenance tasks themselves. If you can change your own oil or top off the antifreeze,...read more
Safety is always your top priority while driving and it’s important to use common sense and obey the rules of the road. Driver laws help you stay safe and avoid collisions ...read more
A smooth drive is more than a luxury, it’s an indication that your car is in good shape. When you’re driving, the only time you should feel agitation is when you’re on a bumpy road. ...read more
The transmission is among the most essential systems in your vehicle. To keep it functioning at its best, you’ll need routine transmission service to detect issues like flu...read more
Your car gets you where you need to go, whether it’s work, school, errands, or social gatherings. When it starts acting up, it becomes less reliable and could leave you stranded...read more
Though anti-lock braking systems (ABS) have been used for decades and are now a standard feature on most new vehicles, many drivers don’t understand how these systems differ fro...read more
Getting behind the wheel of your vehicle only to realize the ride is less than smooth is always a shock. A rumbling, wobbling, or vibrating car is not only unpleasant to operate, but...read more
Most people rely on their vehicle for transportation to and from work, running errands, and taking the kids to school and activities. When something goes awry, it can throw off your ...read more
Your brakes enable your vehicle to stop quickly, preventing collisions and other mishaps, so knowing when they need repairs is crucial. It’s often difficult to determi...read more
You use your vehicle on a daily basis, so it’s important that it runs reliably and efficiently. Part of keeping your car in top condition includes visiting an auto repair shop regula...read more
Instead of actual “winter,” most parts of Hawaii experience a rainy season from October to April. Driving in wet weather puts drivers and pedestrians at greater risk, as the chances ...read more
Whenever you hit a pothole or a curb while driving, you probably wince from the slight impact, but remain safe inside your vehicle. The suspension and steering system collaborat...read more
As a vehicle owner, regular oil changes are part of life, but how often do you need one? According to AutoTech in Kealakekua, HI, the standard three-month or 3,000-mile rule of the p...read more