5325 Louie Lane, #10, Reno, NV 89511

This 2003 Buick LeSabre was brought to Integrity Automotive’s certified car care specialists because of warning lights popping up on their dashboard. (Mechanic’s Note: DON’T Ignore the Lights! They are there for a reason!) Our certified mechanic found the issue to be a belt that had popped off. After correctly reinstalling it, the belt came off again.

Integrity Automotive’s highly trained mechanics noted the real problem was not the belt but the A/C compressor bracket had broken. This broken bracket allowed the compressor to move which caused the belt to pop off.

If your car is making a strange noise or there is a warning light lit on your dash, don’t wait. Give Integrity Automotive’s certified car repair experts a call today. 

Or those strange noises in the daytime too!

Here is a 2008 Toyota Corolla LE. The owner brought in their Corolla with complaints of random squeaking (more of a growl really). This Toyota Corolla is a perfect example of why aftermarket parts are not always the best choice. The aftermarket brake pads were not working quite right and causing the noise. Integrity Automotive’s certified brake specialists replaced the pads with OEM pads (Original Equipment from Manufacturer, what dealers use).

Our mechanic was happy to report the lion has left the building, and the owner of this Toyota Corolla can go on with their day in peace and quiet. Unless of course they like the Lion King soundtrack, but they didn’t say anything about their CD player…

At Integrity Automotive our goal is to honestly inform our customers of their options and let them choose what is best for their car/truck and their pocketbook. Integrity Automotive prides itself on its upfront pricing with no hidden costs and whenever possible gives the customer multiple options to fit their needs and price range. Integrity Automotive’s goal has always been to help people make their car or truck better and more reliable.

Additional services Integrity Automotive offers include:

  • Brake Inspection
  • Electrical
  • Routine Maintenance
  • Oil Change
  • Brake Repair
  • Tune-Up
  • Cooling System Repair
  • A/C Recharge
  • Custom Fabrication
  • Timing Belts
  • Thermostats
  • Check Engine Light, Service Engine Soon Light Inspections
  • Free Diagnostics Scan
  • Full Restorations
  • Dealer Maintenance
  • Major Repairs
  • Overhauls
  • Transmissions
  • Drive Train
  • Fabricating
  • Scheduled Maintenance
  • Welding
  • And more!

Integrity Automotive Works on all Types of Cars Including:

  • Street Cars
  • Classic Cars
  • Race Cars
  • Hot Rods
  • Performance Cars
  • Custom Cars
  • Exotic Cars
  • And More!


Well almost all (we don’t do diesels, sorry guys!)

Just some of the cars Integrity Automotive’s certified mechanics can work on include:

  • Performance cars
  • Exotic cars
  • Classic cars
  • Classic trucks
  • Sedans
  • Vintage race cars
  • Modern race cars
  • Trucks
  • Crossovers
  • Minivans
  • Vans
  • Fleet vehicles

We can do it all from an oil change on your 2019 BMW M4 to a complete engine rebuild on your classic 1968 Ford F-100 truck, and don’t forget your regular service checks on your performance and exotic cars (yes we do those too, and we are a lot closer than Sacramento, Salt Lake or Las Vegas!)

This 2007 Cadillac Escalade might look familiar. We talked about it previously here when Integrity Automotive’s certified mechanic Chris talked about the importance of service checks. As part of the inspection Integrity’s mechanics noticed some leaking from a soft line where it connects with a hard line.

Since the 1990’s GM has used these unique hardline and soft line combos to get around other pieces of machinery but still protect the line from heat and other issues. As Integrity Automotive’s certified mechanic will talk about in this video, sometimes where the flexible soft line is attached to the hardline overtime the seal can weaken and leak. When this happens the only thing to do is bring it into a certified repair shop such as Integrity Automotive and have it replaced.


This 2009 Subaru Legacy has a common head gasket issue that Integrity Automotive sees on a regular basis. All Subaru’s made before 2010 come with a head gasket that will start to lose it’s seal over time. This is an issue because if left unchecked the coolant and oil may mix causing irreparable damage to the car’s engine.

This issue is hard for customers to notice. Issues like this are why Integrity Automotive’ s certified repair specialists recommend customers come to us for their oil changes. Our certified mechanics take extra time to do more thorough inspections of your cars and trucks. This
includes looking for oil and coolant residue between the cylinder head and block which is a tell-tale sign of this issue.

If the Subaru head gasket is ignored long enough, the customer may notice an overheating issue or loss of coolant with no external drips underneath the vehicle.

If you do not know the last time your car has been thoroughly inspected, call Integrity Automotive to schedule your car inspection today!

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