5325 Louie Lane, #10, Reno, NV 89511

Integrity Automotive is always happy to fix those “mystery” problems. One common problem that many car owners can’t figure out themselves turns out to be pretty simple from batteries continually loosing charge, to beeping, to lights flashing or not always starting. These issues can often be traced back to the installation of an aftermarket alarm system.

One of two problems usually ensues when a customer has an aftermarket alarm installed.

Integrity Automotive is always happy to help! This is a 1969 Jeep CJ5. This customer was trying to do a clutch install themselves. Unfortunately they purchased the wrong throw-out bearing and did not properly install it causing a snowball effect. This customer made the right decision and called Integrity Automotive. We replaced and fixed all of his issues, and he is now back on the road enjoying the back country of Tahoe.

If you have a car or truck you have been working on and realized you might have taken on more than you can chew, don’t panic, give Integrity Automotive a call; and we will get it back on the road for you.

In addition to cars, trucks and classic automobiles, Integrity Automotive works on fleet vehicles. We work with many local companies to ensure their fleet vehicles stay up and running.

Custom Aire Mechanical Contractors is our example today. This Fleet / Work truck is getting front and rear brakes and their timing cover serviced, because it has started to leak.

To encourage our local business’s to get their work trucks checked and stay up and running, we do offer discounts on labor and parts for Commercial Work / Fleet Vehicles.

We offer FREE pre-car purchase inspections

If you are thinking of purchasing a vehicle, whether new or used, you can bring it on down to Integrity Automotive; and we will do a free pre-purchase inspection on your vehicle. We feel that this is an important service to offer our customers as they are making a big purchase and should know what they are investing in.

In this video we talk about a Toyota Corolla one of our customers brought in that they were thinking of purchasing. We noticed that the front crank seal was leaking, which is pretty minor; but they would not have known that otherwise. With the peace of mind that there were no major problems, our customer was able to feel much more confident about their purchase.

If you have an older Chevy truck (90’s - early 2000’s) you probably have noticed a strange and annoying ticking noise when you start your car that continues even after you turn your car off and remove the key. Here at Integrity Automotive we call it the “Machine Gun Rattle.”

That clicking or ticking noise is a failed Mode Actuator Door or Blend Door Actuator on your heater box. The worst part about this particular problem is where it is located. It is tucked in between your heater box and your firewall.

There are two ways to stop the ticking: the first is to disconnect the mode actuator or the second is to completely remove the dash so you can remove the heater box to replace the actuator.

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