Engine Repair McKinney

Quality Auto Repair Services for Asian & Domestic Vehicles

Trust Auto Repair provides quality auto repair and maintenance services to drivers in the McKinney, TX area, working to build trust and friendship in our community. Our expert mechanics have the knowledge to service and repair even the most challenging auto problems on all Asian and domestic vehicles, specializing in brakes, shocks and struts, timing belts, auto A/C, and more! We use the latest automotive technology to assess the situation and offer you options based on your needs and budget. For a safe and reliable vehicle, trust Trust Auto Repair!

Some of the automotive services and repairs we offer include…

  • A/C – Air Conditioning Repair
  • Air Filter Replacement
  • Alternators
  • Batteries
  • Brake Inspection, Service & Repair
  • Check Engine Light
  • Clutch Repair & Replacement
  • Coolant / Antifreeze Change
  • CV Joints
  • Diagnostics
  • Drive Axles
  • Electrical Repairs
  • Emission System Repairs
  • Fluid Flushes
  • Four Wheel Drive
  • Front Wheel Drive
  • Fuel Injection Cleaning
  • Heating Systems
  • Oil Change / Lube Service
  • Power Doors & Windows
  • Radiators & Water Pumps
  • Scheduled Maintenance
  • Starters
  • Steering
  • Struts & Shocks
  • Suspension
  • Timing Belt Replacement
  • Transmission Flush
  • Tune-ups
  • U-Joints
  • Water Pumps
  • Wheel Alignment

Learn More About Our Auto Service Specialties

  • Alternators


    The alternator is part of your vehicle’s charging system, and it’s critical to keeping your car operable. Everything, including your battery, depends on your alternator. Warning signs your alternator requires repair or replacement include dimming headlights, noise, the smell of burning rubber, and loss of power. But no matter what symptoms you’re experiencing, we can help. If you suspect an issue with your alternator, please allow us to take look and help you get back on the road again, confident your car will start and drive.

  • Brake Inspection, Service & Repair

    Brake Inspection, Service & Repair

    At Trust Auto Repair, we’re experts in all phases of brake service and repair, including brake rotor replacement, front disc brake repair, parking brake adjustment, rear disc brake repair, rear drum brake repair, and anything else your braking system requires. Although brake systems vary from vehicle to vehicle, the responsibility and importance of the components remains the same. From brake pedal to brake fluid to brake pads, calipers, lines, and hoses, let us make sure you’re ready to stop when you need to with comprehensive service.

  • Radiators & Water Pumps

    Radiators & Water Pumps

    An auto cooling system consists of a cooling fan, water pump, thermostat, radiator, heater core, heater valve, and various other parts that work together to remove heat from a vehicle’s engine to prevent overheating. Antifreeze is the fluid that flows through all these components to reduce engine temperature. During a cooling system flush and fill, we will drain the antifreeze from your radiator, flush the cooling system, and fill the radiator with new antifreeze. Our goal is to help you avoid radiator replacement or another major repair.

  • Struts & Shocks

    Struts & Shocks

    Modern vehicles benefit from more precise and complex front-end components than in the past, which means steering system parts become increasingly critical for your car’s overall performance. If you’re experiencing a shaky, rough ride, your struts and/or shocks could be the problem, or you may need other front-end work. Our team of mechanics can handle any repairs involving your front-end components, suspension system, and struts and shocks. We’ll have you enjoying smooth, comfortable driving conditions in no time.

  • Timing Belt Replacement

    Timing Belt Replacement

    If your timing belt fails, so does your engine, and your car shuts down. So, when a reputable mechanic tells you that you need a new timing belt, you’d be wise to listen. However, there aren’t many obvious signs a timing belt is ready to break, which is why many drivers get a new timing belt as a preventive maintenance service. Let us know how long you’ve owned your car, and whether you’ve ever had the timing belt replaced, and we’ll let you know—honestly—if it’s time for a new timing belt.

  • Tune-ups


    A simple maintenance tune-up can make your engine easier to start, improve fuel economy, restore lost pep and power, and ensure your vehicle is safe and reliable for as long as possible. As part of a tune-up, we’ll check your battery voltage, power balance, engine vacuum, idle speed, and your ignition timing. In addition to these performance checks, we’ll inspect your belts, hoses, and fluids. Then for preventive maintenance, we’ll replace your spark plus (if required), and filters and fluids as necessary.