As one of the leading auto repair shops in Nebraska, our highly qualified mechanics perform top-notch automotive repair and mechanic services. Our mechanic shop works on many different vehicles, aided by the help of quality truck and car repair equipment. Our auto repair shop is capable of servicing a variety of makes and models, from mini vans, to medium sized trucks, to passenger cars, to SUVs. The superior standards here at Graham Tire & Auto show that our staff always have the best interest of our customers in mind.

Our priority is providing complete satisfaction for our customers and as such, our car repair shop has a longstanding reputation for quality work. We pride ourselves on our customer service skills and ensuring our mechanics perform car service repairs quickly and correctly. Whether you need routine auto maintenance services or necessary car repairs, give us a call at or visit us during business hours.

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Services Include:

Air Conditioning

Regular car air conditioning maintenance is important in reducing the risk of premature air compressor failure. Testing for refrigerant leaks and interior cabin temperature, restoration of proper system refrigerant, lubricant levels and restoration of interior cooling ability are among the most common service repairs for car air conditioning systems.

Alloy Wheel Repair & Painting

Our alloy wheel repair specialist can return your scratched, dinged, or faded alloy wheels to the way they looked when they were brand new. Want a new look for your ride but not ready to invest in a new set of wheels? We can repair and repaint them for you in a variety of custom colors.

Batteries

When your car won’t start, most of the time it is due to a problem with your battery. Our technicians can help to ensure that your car starts as expected. Every time.

Belts and Hoses

By spotting early signs of wear and tear, you can avoid unexpected breakdowns and engine damage. Service details include a comprehensive visual inspection, replacement and adjusted fit for all existing and installed belts and hoses.

Brakes

The braking system is one of the most important parts of your vehicle. For safe stopping, you should have your brakes inspected regularly. We have both the equipment and trained technicians to maintain, repair, and inspect your brake system to ensure you’re safe and to help you avoid costly repairs in the future.

Check Engine Light

Engine diagnostic checks are started by transmitting information from your vehicle’s computer into a diagnostic tool. Then, the mechanic can properly diagnose the source of your vehicle’s check engine light, will supply a recommendation for repair, show you related symptoms, possible causes and reset the check-engine light.

Drivelines

The need for driveline services is often due to worn and/or unlubricated universal joints. During your inspection, we will measure and refill the transmission fluid, inspect the CV and universal joints for loss of lubricant, check for noises or vibration and complete drive shaft repairs.

Heating & Coolant Systems

With regular upkeep to your vehicle’s coolant system, your engine and radiator will be kept at a comfortable temperature. We will take a look at your heating and cooling systems to inspect radiator coolant levels, heating and cooling system controls and the blower, the thermostat, compressor belt, and more.

Mufflers & Exhaust

Muffler upkeep and maintenance prevents harmful engine-exhaust gases from entering your vehicle, as well as reduces pollutants being released into the atmosphere. Most importantly to the ones around you, it minimizes engine-exhaust noises.

Oil Change, Lube & Filter Service

An oil change service is the simplest, yet most important preventative maintenance service for your vehicle. Engine oil keeps all of the moving parts in the engine operating smoothly and cleanses the engine. The oil continuously circulates through the oil filter to keep the oil clean of debris that could harm the engine. Over a period of time, the oil filter starts to lose its ability to clean and the oil becomes dirty and the lubrication qualities diminish. We recommend changing the oil, as well as the oil filter, every 3,000-5,000 miles. At Graham Tire, we are proud to offer Conventional, Synthetic Blend and Full Synthetic motor oils to meet your manufacturer recommendations.

Shocks and Struts

In addition to providing a comfortable ride, shocks and struts provide the critical function of keeping your wheels in proper contact with the road; vital to safe steering and braking.

Steering & Suspension

Services that hone in on your vehicle’s steering and suspension could help eliminate premature tire wear, ultimately saving you hundreds of dollars. We will inspect all shocks, struts and springs and replace worn and damaged steering or suspension.

Tire Repair

Properly inspecting tires and enlisting an expert to help repair a tire is of the utmost importance. Our tire repair services include dismounting and inspection of the tire to determine the cause of the damage, repairs performed in accordance with industry standards, proper plugging and patching, rebalancing of the tire and wheel assembly.

Transmission Flush & Vehicle Fluids

Maintaining proper fluid levels and completing regular fluid flushes are directly related to vehicle performance and safety. We will flush your vehicle’s brake, power-steering, antifreeze, engine oil and transmission fluid. Also, we will complete a chemical cleaning of fuel system components, replenish all fluid to reach proper levels and check for cleanliness and leaks.

Tune Up

Did you know that giving an engine a tune-up will give you better gas mileage? Depending on the age and model of your vehicle, our tune-up services include a complete inspection of your engine, replacement of faulty or worn components, spark plugs, air filters and fuel filters.

Vehicle Electrical Problems

To assess your vehicle’s electrical system, specialized diagnostic equipment is used to interpret your vehicle’s data and pinpoint the cause of any electronic problems.

Wheel Alignment

Wheel alignment refers to the position of the wheels in relation to the car. When properly aligned, the wheels will be pointing in the right direction. Without proper alignment, the wheels resist your steering commands and each other. Alignment is also known to affect gas mileage and wire tear. If your tires are pointed in different directions, they fight against each other and can cause tread wear.

 

Additional Tire Services:

Tire Installation

New and seasonal Goodyear or Hankook tires for sale. Installations include removal of the wheels, inspection of lug nuts and wheels, installation of new valve systems, mounting and sealing, and inflating and balancing each new tire.

Tire Rotation

Did you know that rotating your tires every 3,000-6,000 miles will help eliminate premature wear and tear? Tire rotation is when the tires on your vehicle are moved from one side of the vehicle to the other, moving them from front to back, or a combination of both. All in all, our mechanics will remove your tires, inspect the wear patterns, put the tires back on where they will wear most evenly and reset the tire pressure monitors.

Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)

Getting your tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) checked includes checking your vehicle’s tire pressure, replacing any pressure sensors and replacing the valve core, cap, nut and o-ring before re-mounting tires.

Wheel Balance

Wheel balance refers to the proper distribution of weight around a revolving tire and wheel assembly. Poor wheel balance can have a marked impact on both your car and your safety.