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Mesa Auto Repair – Expert Car Repair and Auto Repair – H&I Automotive

H&I Automotive recently opened its doors to its Mesa, AZ location to better deliver the same great auto repair and detailing services as our Mesa location. We genuinely care about our customers and believe in taking care of them from the beginning of the process to the end. Our ASE Certified Technicians will always keep you informed of any repairs before we make them. We also perform preventative maintenance, tire rotations, and oil changes as well as major repairs like brakes, check engine lights and engine repairs.

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About H&I Automotive Mesa, AZ

H&I Automotive was established in 2009 by Spencer Doucet in Mesa, AZ. He started the company with the ultimate goal of giving his customers quality automotive services at a great value. Spencer has been a technician for nearly 20 years and is factory-trained for Nissan, Infiniti, Toyota, Lexus, Mazda, and is one of only a handful of General Motors World Class Technicians in Mesa, AZ.

The name H & I stands for Honesty and Integrity, which not only describes how he conducts his business but his lifestyle too.

We use the latest in computer diagnostic technology to ensure your vehicle’s issue is correctly identified. Knowing what to fix is just as important as performing a proper repair, and we thoroughly inspect your car, truck, or SUV to make sure you get back on the road as soon as possible.

H&I Automotive in Mesa, AZ has provided top-quality auto repair services since 2009. We provide the finest repair Mesa, AZ has to offer. From the beginning in our Mesa repair, we have been committed to honesty and integrity while providing superior auto repair. We want to be your one-stop Mesa repair source regardless of the make and model of your vehicle.

Our repair shop employs a team of highly qualified, ASE certified technicians. They have the skills and expertise to restore your vehicle to working condition. A complete estimate will be offered before we begin any work and because we believe in transparency, we will keep you informed every step of the way throughout the repair process. We include a nationwide 36-month/36,000 mile and an in house 60-month/60,000 mile parts and labor warranty on all work completed.


Are you ready to experience the best Mesa car service available? Please give us a call or make an appointment here.

WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT

The Absolute Best Car Service in Mesa, AZ

What sets H&I Automotive apart from all of the others in Mesa, AZ?

Trust: When it comes to auto repair in Mesa, AZ, it’s all about earning loyalty and trust by doing our very best every day. We are determined to earn and keep your trust. We provide a fair price and expert performance from our mechanics in Mesa, AZ auto repair shop.

Talent: At H&I Automotive, you can rest easy knowing that our highly-skilled, experienced auto service professionals are handling your car. Our technicians bring years of experience, skill, and education to the Mesa auto repair table.

Time: We take the time we need to provide you with top-quality car repair in Mesa, AZ, and we take the time to talk to you about what that means. We listen to you so we understand your needs and goals for your auto repair.

Recently Serviced Vehicles for Mesa Auto Repair

2006 Land Rover Range Rover Sport

Land Rover Range Rover Sport

Mileage
143,423
Service Date
12/3/2021
Services Performed
  • Scanned engine codes, found misfire as well as other faults present (P303, P316, P0072, P0578, and P0579). Complaint is runs rough so only misfire diagnosed. P0303 indicates cylinder 3 is offending miss, scan tool data confirms this. Removed the engine and coil covers. Swapped cylinders 1 and 3 and then ran motor. The miss has now moved to 1, condemning the coil. The remaining 6 can also be replaced to prevent future issues. Additional diagnostic time required for codes P0072, P0578 and P0579.
  • Brake noise was heard in the morning from the rear. Plenty of pad material is left at this time (6mm).
  • Remove the engine and coil covers. Remove the oil breather unit. Disconnect the electrical harness and remove fasteners. Replace all eight ignition coils and reassemble. Test drive and verify the repair.
  • Removed and replaced wiper blades. Verified proper operation
 
Carney L. gave our service a 5 star review on 12/3/2021

2012 Honda Civic

Honda Civic

Mileage
136,026
Service Date
12/2/2021
Services Performed
  • battery low on charge. Replaced battery with new and cleaned terminals
 
Pete G. gave our service a 5 star review on 12/2/2021

2004 Pontiac Montana

Pontiac Montana

Mileage
173,021
Service Date
11/29/2021
Services Performed
  • Road test vehicle. Change oil and oil filter. Rotate tires as needed. Lubricate chassis as needed. Perform Vehicle inspection. Adjust tire pressure. Fill windshield washer fluid.
  • Test drove vehicle. Raised on lift and performed vehicle inspection. Filled out vehicle condition report and submitted to service advisor.
 
Steve W. gave our service a 5 star review on 12/2/2021

2011 Kia Sportage

Kia Sportage

Mileage
144,136
Service Date
12/1/2021
Services Performed
  • Inspect/Recharge Battery and diagnose starting and charging system using d-tac tester. Client reports has to jump start – advise
  • Competed Inspection on Tablet
  • Using low amp probe, tested for parasitic draw and found roughly 300 milliamps present (specification is about 50ma). Starting by removing fuses until the amperage drops. Once the amplifier fuse was pulled, dropped to 18ma. Removed the right rear trim panel and disconnect the amplifier and verified the drain is now gone. Customer decided to just remove the fuse permanently as the radio is currently not functioning. Reassembled with the fuse out and verified less than 50ma present with key off.
 
Jason R. gave our service a 5 star review on 12/1/2021

2008 Infiniti M35

Infiniti M35

Mileage
65,945
Service Date
11/29/2021
Services Performed
  • Install oil system cleaner. Road test vehicle. Change oil and filter. Add Wynn's conditioner to oil system. Rotate tires as needed. Lubricate chassis as needed. Perform Vehicle inspection. Adjust tire pressure. Fill windshield washer fluid. Lubricate latches and hinges.
  • Competed Inspection on Tablet
  • Replace battery, clean terminals
 
Sharon F. gave our service a 5 star review on 11/30/2021

2020 Kia Forte

Kia Forte

Mileage
26,505
Service Date
11/29/2021
Services Performed
  • Road test vehicle. Change oil and oil filter. Rotate tires as needed. Lubricate chassis as needed. Perform Vehicle inspection. Adjust tire pressure. Fill windshield washer fluid.
  • Competed Inspection on Tablet
  • Accessed air box. Removed and replaced engine air filter. Cleaned excess debris form air box. Secured air box. Accessed cabin filter and removed. Sprayed BG Frigifresh on new filter and installed new cabin filter.
  • Removed and replaced wiper blades. Verified proper operation
 
Richard L. gave our service a 5 star review on 11/29/2021

2013 Nissan Rogue

Nissan Rogue

Mileage
163,426
Service Date
11/24/2021
Services Performed
  • Replace battery, clean terminals
 
Angela P. gave our service a 5 star review on 11/25/2021

2011 Nissan Sentra

Nissan Sentra

Mileage
138,259
Service Date
11/24/2021
Services Performed
  • Road test vehicle. Change oil and oil filter. Rotate tires as needed. Lubricate chassis as needed. Perform Vehicle inspection. Adjust tire pressure. Fill windshield washer fluid.
  • Inspect hoses and clamps. Add cleaner to coolant and run through engine, radiator, and heater core. Installed coolant flush machine in-line to coolant system. Pulled vacuum on system to remove old coolant. Pushed 3 gallons of new coolant through cooling system. Add conditioner and sealant to system. Check thermostat and electric cooling fan operation. Test drive and verify proper operation of cooling system.
  • Inject induction cleaner through throttle body assembly. Inject injector cleaner through fuel rail. Add fuel system cleaner additive to fuel tank.
  • Competed Inspection on Tablet
 
Kiyomi K. gave our service a 5 star review on 11/25/2021

2010 Chevrolet Equinox

Chevrolet Equinox

Mileage
120,507
Service Date
11/24/2021
Services Performed
  • Tested the battery and charging systems and no problems present. Performed visual inspection and found negative cable end is loose, making a poor connection. Secured post and tested starting operations.
 
Joe C. gave our service a 5 star review on 11/25/2021

2016 Ford Fusion

Ford Fusion

Mileage
113,096
Service Date
11/19/2021
Services Performed
  • Scanned engine codes, found multiple stored faults. Fuel pressure sensor (P018B, P018C), misfires (P0303,P0304,P0313,P0316), catalyst efficiency (P0420) and engine temperature and cylinder head temperature correlation (P1026). Customer complains of the misfire, this will be diagnosed. Additional codes will require additional time. Started the engine and noticed misfire, scan data identifies as cylinder 3. Noticed what appears to be a new coil on the offending cylinder. Performed ignition component comparison, swapping the coil with 1 and the plug with 2. Started engine and misfire now moves to cylinder 2, condemning the spark plug. They read Ford but may have been replaced at some point. These vehicles have issues with coolant leaking into the combustion chamber. Warmed engine, pressure tested cooling system and let engine cool. Using boroscope, inspected inside the cylinder and no evidence of coolant found. Scan data shows abnormal fuel pressure and cylinder head readings. This will not cause an individual misfire but will continue to illuminate the engine light if not repaired.Additional diagnostic approved. Code P018 diagnosed first. Data shows erratic signal return. Disconnecting the plug causes a 5 volt return open, so reading it's a constant 108.7 psi. Tested for 5 volts and ground, present and steady. Low fuel pressure sensor has an internal defect and requires replacement. Next up is P1026 for the temperature sensors correlation. Data reveals no voltage return from the cylinder head temperature sensor. Disconnected the plug and verified 5 volt reference and ground are present. At operating temperature, typical resistance is 3k ohms. This sensor is reading 78 mega ohms, or 78,000,000. This reading is basically an open circuit. Cylinder head temperature sensor is defective and requires replacement. P0420, catalyst efficiency, is last. Warmed engine to operating temperature and monitored the sensors. The downstream sensor is mirroring the upstream, which indicates the converter is not burning the exhaust gases. The catalytic converter will have to be replaced. This is a federal emissions vehicle.
  • Test drove vehicle. Raised on lift and performed vehicle inspection. Filled out vehicle condition report and submitted to service advisor.
  • Replace RKE battery – per client request.
  • Removed and replaced wiper blades. Verified proper operation
  • Add cleaner to transmission. Test drive to verify operation and circulate cleaner. Use fluid exhnage machine to remove old fluid and add new. Add fluid conditioner and verify proper level. Test drive to verify proper operation.
  • Raised vehicle on lift. Removed rear wheels. Disassemble rear brakes. Resurface rotors. Add brake material conditioner. Lube rear brake hardware and brake pad backing plates. Installed new brake pads and brake pad hardware. Compressed caliper piston and installed caliper. Installed rear wheels and torqued to specification. Road tested vehicle to verify proper brake operation.
  • Inspect all hydraulic line and hoses. Inspect calipers and wheel cylinders if applicable. Inspect master cylinder and cap. Flush entire brake system including master cylinder, calipers, wheel cylinders until clean. Test drove to verify proper brake operation.
  • Remove the drive belt and pulley. […]

2005 Chevrolet Silverado

Chevrolet Silverado

Mileage
245,888
Service Date
11/19/2021
Services Performed
  • Test drove the vehicle to duplicate the complaint. Hoisted in the air and removed wheels. Found left inner pad has gone metal to metal and left grooves the the rotor. Heat severe heat spots present due to rear shoes being out of adjustment. Attempted to remove the drums and there are large lips on the edge. Unable to back of adjusters due to the lock location. Force may be required, resulting in parts being damaged.
  • Road test vehicle. Change oil and oil filter. Rotate tires as needed. Lubricate chassis as needed. Perform Vehicle inspection. Adjust tire pressure. Fill windshield washer fluid.
  • Test drove vehicle. Raised on lift and performed vehicle inspection. Filled out vehicle condition report and submitted to service advisor.
  • Raised vehicle on lift. Removed front tires. Disassembled front brakes. Cleaned rotor surface apply noise reducer and install pads. Lube caliper slides and lug threads. Assembled in reverse order. Torqued lug nuts to manufacturers specifications. Road test vehicle
  • Raised vehicle on lift. Removed rear wheels. Disassemble rear brakes. Resurface drums. Add brake material conditioner. Replace rear brake hardware and lube brake backing plates. Installed new brake pads and brake pad hardware. Installed rear wheels and torqued to specification. Road tested vehicle to verify proper brake operation.
  • Add cleaner to transmission. Test drive to verify operation and circulate cleaner. Use fluid exhnage machine to remove old fluid and add new. Add fluid conditioner and verify proper level. Test drive to verify proper operation.
  • Remove the mount to bracket bolts. Raise the vehicle and support the engine. Remove the starter motor and disconnect impeding wiring. Remove fasteners and replace the mounts. Reassemble, test drive and inspect the repair.
  • Support the transmission assembly. Lift the rear of the pan and remove fasteners. Replace the mount, reassemble and test drive the vehicle.
  • Remove the front wheels. Support the control arm and remove fasteners. Install the new shock absorber and reassemble. Test drive and inspect the repair.
  • Raise vehicle and support the rear axle. Remove fasteners and replace both shock absorbers. Reassemble and test drive the vehicle.
 
Josh G. gave our service a 5 star review on 11/19/2021

2014 Chevrolet Traverse

Chevrolet Traverse

Mileage
65,264
Service Date
11/16/2021
Services Performed
  • Install oil system cleaner. Road test vehicle. Change oil and filter. Add Wynn's conditioner to oil system. Rotate tires as needed. Lubricate chassis as needed. Perform Vehicle inspection. Adjust tire pressure. Fill windshield washer fluid. Lubricate latches and hinges.
  • Competed Inspection on Tablet
 
James S. gave our service a 5 star review on 11/17/2021