Auto Repair Services

We offer over 200 different auto repair services performed by skilled mechanics at some of the best rates in town. Call today!

(540) 214-7082

Conveniently located minutes away from I-81 and JMU at 764 E Market St, Harrisonburg, VA 22801. Click here for Google Map & directions.

Here’s a list of auto repair services offered by Liberty Auto Service in Harrisonburg, VA. All car repair and maintenance services are performed by expert certified auto mechanics. If you need a service that’s not on the list just ask us! See our customer reviews on Google, RepairPal and SureCritic. We’re an A+ accredited business with the Better Business Bureau and an official certified VA State vehicle inspection station in Harrisonburg, VA.


Auto Repair Services – Performed by Experts

  • Axle, CV Joint & Driveshaft Repair
  • Battery Testing & Replacement
  • Brake Repair
  • Cooling System Repair
  • Electrical and Electronic Systems
  • Engine Diagnostics and Performance
  • Road tests & Troubleshooting
  • Lube, Oil & Filter Change
  • Preventive Maintenance
  • Starting, Charging & Batteries
  • Steering and Suspension System
  • Tire Services
  • Transmission Service
  • VA Vehicle State Inspections

Frequently Asked Questions – FAQ’s

How much do you charge for Auto Repair?

Our rates for general auto repair are $75 per hour. You can call us anytime for a free estimate for any auto repair service. We offer fixed flat fees on certain services like oil changes, tire services, battery services, transmission services, AC & Heat services and more…

How long does it take to get my car fixed?

We try our best to get your vehicle fixed and back on the road ASAP. Our typical turnaround time for car repairs is 1-2 business days but sometimes we can get you in and out the door on the same day if we can. Sometimes we need to special order parts for more in-depth auto repairs in which case it may add a day or two to the time needed to complete the repair on your vehicle.

What kind of cars do you work on?

Liberty Auto Service performs repair and maintenance on most years, makes and models of cars, trucks and SUVs. In the rare case where we are not able to perform a repair for your vehicle we will gladly recommend another local service who can meet your needs.

Do you offer discounts or coupons?

Yes! We regularly offer discounts and coupons for services like oil changes, transmission service, coolant system, tire service and more. Check our coupons page for our latest deals on auto repair and maintenance services. And don’t forget we already have some of the best labor rates in town!


TOP TEN Common Car Repairs? Yes we do them all!

Replace Oxygen Sensor

The oxygen sensor in your vehicle reads the levels of unburned oxygen in your exhaust. It sends this information to the car’s computer.
Your car’s computer uses this information to adjust the air to fuel ratio to increase performance. Oxygen sensors typically need to be replaced every 50,000 miles.

Replace Catalytic Converter

Your car’s catalytic converter is essentially it’s emissions management system. This is an important part and is necessary to pass any state inspection. Replacing a catalytic converter is one of the most common repairs in the country. Unfortunately it is also a very expensive repair. However, with proper preventative maintenance your catalytic converter can last the entire lifetime of your vehicle.

Replace Ignition Coil

The ignition coils in your car are responsible for telling your spark plugs when to fire. They are a crucial component in the ignition system, but are prone to wearing out due to constant use. If a bad ignition coil gets left unattended, it can cause major damage to the entire ignition system. However, a simple diagnostic test will reveal whether or not there is an ignition coil problem.

Tighten or Replace Fuel Cap

Sometimes, a loose or missing fuel cap can trigger a “check engine” light. In addition, a missing fuel cap can cost you as much as 0.5% of your fuel economy. Thankfully, this is a very quick and easy fix.

Replace Thermostat

The thermostat in your vehicle is necessary for it to regulate the engine temperature. A bad thermostat can cause an engine to overheat very quickly. Therefore, it is essential to replace this part immediately when there is a problem.

Replace Spark Plug

Spark plugs just wear out. That means they will need replacing from time to time. Replacing a spark plug is a common DIY job. However, a faulty spark plug can reduce your car’s gas mileage. Even worse, it could melt your very expensive catalytic converter.
Letting an ASE Certified mechanic replace your spark plug will ensure that it functions properly.

Replace Mass Air Flow Sensor

Many people think replacing an air filter in their car is optional. However, it most certainly is not. Failure to replace your air filters will result in a need to replace your mass air flow sensor–a far more expensive component. Your mass air flow sensor determines how much air is going to the engine. If it isn’t functioning well, your engine performance will suffer.

Replace Spark Plug Wires

It is not uncommon for the wires that deliver the voltage to your spark plugs break, corrode, or otherwise get destroyed. While small and inexpensive, their job is essential to your car functioning at all.

Replace Evaporation Emissions (EVAP) Purge Control Valve

The EVAP system in your car collects unburned hydrocarbons that are produced inside your car’s fuel cell. It then recirculates them back into the fuel cycle. That’s a fancy way of saying it recycles your unused fuel. This system employs a purge control valve that controls the flow of this evaporation emission. If it malfunctions, it needs to be replaced. Otherwise, your car’s fuel economy and engine efficiency will suffer.

Replace Evaporate Emissions (EVAP) Purging Solenoid

Another component in the EVAP system, the solenoid is an electromagnet that tells the EVAP system when to purge.
It is critical to the proper functioning of the EVAP system. If it is not replaced, it can severely impact the fuel economy and the emissions system.


Here are 200 other auto services we’ll do for you!

  • Replace a Fuel Filter
  • Check Manual Transmission oil Level
  • Replace a Brake Booster
  • Replace a Brake Caliper
  • Troubleshoot a Check Engine Light
  • Replace a Battery
  • Bleed Brakes with an Assistant
  • Perform a Wheel Alignment
  • Replace a Tire Valve Stem
  • Replace a Window Belt Strip
  • Replace an Air Filter
  • Perform a Front Disc Brake Job
  • Replace an Alternator
  • Replace a Starter
  • Check Tire Pressure
  • Flush Brake Fluid
  • Replace a Valance
  • Replace a Ball Joint
  • Change Automatic Transmission Fluid
  • Adjust and Lubricate a Clutch Linkage
  • Replace a Fuse
  • Replace an Automatic Transmission
  • Recharge an A/C System
  • Adjust a Headlight
  • Perform a Valve Job
  • Replace a Wheel
  • Replace Brake Pads
  • Replace a Turn Signal Bulb
  • Replace a Brake Drum
  • Replace a Rear Bumper Cover
  • Replace a Splash Guard Backing Plate
  • Replace a Brake Master Cylinder
  • Replace a CV Boot
  • Replace a Brake Light Switch
  • Perform a Brake Safety Inspection
  • Replace Brake Shoes
  • Replace a CV Joint
  • Check Engine Oil Level
  • Check Power Steering Fluid
  • Replace a Rear Body Panel
  • Replace an Outer Tie Rod End
  • Replace a Cabin Air Filter
  • Replace a Serpentine Belt
  • Replace an A/C Compressor
  • Check and Replace Transfer Case Fluid
  • Replace a Wheel Bearing
  • Replace a Clutch
  • Replace a Transaxle
  • Replace a Brake Light Bulb
  • Replace an A/C Condenser
  • Replace Coil Springs
  • Replace an Oil Pan Gasket
  • Replace a Fuel Injector
  • Replace a C.O.P. Type Ignition Coil
  • Replace a Fuel Pressure Regulator
  • Replace a Fuel Pump
  • Replace a Rear Lift Gate Locking Mechanism
  • Replace an Ignition Coil
  • Clean a Fuel System
  • Replace a Mass Air Flow Sensor (Air Mass Meter)
  • Replace a Windshield
  • Replace a Rear Distance Sensor
  • Replace a Muffler
  • Replace an Engine
  • Replace an Intake Manifold Gasket
  • Lubricate a Brake Pedal Linkage
  • Replace an Oil Pump
  • Replace a Windshield Wiper Motor
  • Replace a Distributor Cap
  • Replace a Door Weather Stripping
  • Replace a Freeze Plug
  • Replace a Head Gasket
  • Replace a Heater Core
  • Replace a Rear Axle Bearing
  • Replace Spark Plugs
  • Replace a Front Bumper Cover
  • Replace a Manual Transmission
  • Replace a Headlight Bulb
  • Replace a Headlight Switch
  • Replace Windshield Wiper Blades
  • Replace a Cooling Fan
  • Replace a Catalytic Converter
  • Replace an Engine Mount
  • Replace a Fog Light Assembly
  • Change Engine Oil and Filter
  • Replace a Power Seat Switch
  • Replace a Rear Main Seal
  • Repair a Defroster Grid
  • Replace an AWD Transfer Case
  • Replace a Plastic License Plate Bracket
  • Replace a Power Seat Motor
  • Replace Power Steering Fluid
  • Replace a Power Window Switch
  • Replace a Quarter Glass Panel
  • Pressure Test a Radiator and Cap
  • Replace a Radiator
  • Repair a Hood
  • Replace an Energy Absorber
  • Replace Heater Core Hoses
  • Replace a Thermostat
  • Replace a Heater Control Valve
  • Replace Transmission Cooler Lines
  • Replace an Ignition Control Unit
  • Replace a Brake Hose
  • Replace a Transfer Case Rear Output Seal
  • Replace a Seat Belt and Seatbelt Retractor
  • Replace a Bumper Reinforcement
  • Replace a Power Steering Rack
  • Bleed Brakes with a Tool
  • Replace a Tail Light Bulb
  • Check Automatic Transmission Fluid Level
  • Change Automatic Transmission Fluid and Filter
  • Replace Vacuum Hoses
  • Replace an Air Intake Boot
  • Replace a Valve Cover Gasket
  • Replace a Water Pump
  • Replace a Windshield Wiper Switch
  • Replace Window Run Channel Seals
  • Replace a Window Regulator
  • Balance a Tire and Wheel
  • Replace a Window Motor
  • Adjust a Hood Release Latch
  • Replace a Radiator Support
  • Replace a Rear Pinion Seal
  • Replace Battery Cables
  • Replace a Proportioning Valve
  • Replace an Upper Radiator Hose
  • Replace a Lower Radiator Hose
  • Replace a Timing Belt
  • Check for Loose or Worn Suspension Components
  • Check for Loose Steering System Parts
  • Replace an Oil Pressure Switch (Sensor)
  • Replace a Fender Liner or Splash Shield
  • Replace a Hood Insulator
  • Replace a Rear Differential
  • Repair a Hood Hinge
  • Replace a Brake Pedal Return Spring
  • Replace a Door Shell
  • Replace a Transfer Case Front Output Seal
  • Replace a Hood Latch/Lock Assembly
  • Replace Leaf Springs
  • Replace a Lift Gate Strut
  • Replace Wheel Lug Nuts
  • Replace Mud Flaps (Mud Guards)
  • Check Differential Oil Leaks and Replace Oil
  • Replace a Mirror
  • Replace a Transfer Case Shift Linkage
  • Replace a Transmission Mount
  • Replace a U-Joint
  • Replace a Washer Tank
  • Replace an A/C Line or Hose
  • Replace a Heater and A/C Blower Motor
  • Replace an ABS Control Unit
  • Perform a Brake Adjustment
  • Replace an Alternator Belt
  • Replace an Emblem
  • Replace an Exhaust Manifold Gasket
  • Rotate Tires
  • Change a Flat Tire
  • Replace a Tail Pipe
  • Replace Shock Absorbers
  • Replace a Strut Assembly
  • Replace a Driveshaft
  • Pressure Test a Radiator
  • Replace a Wheel Cylinder
  • Replace a Hood
  • Replace a Brake Disc (Rotor)
  • Replace a Metal License Plate Bracket
  • Replace a Power Steering Pump
  • Perform a Basic Engine Tune-Up
  • Perform a Basic Engine Tune Up-Oil Change
  • Perform a Basic Engine Tune Up-Spark Plug and Wire Change
  • Perform a Basic Engine Tune Up-Changing a Air Filter
  • Perform a Basic Engine Tune Up-Checking Belts
  • Perform a Basic Engine Tune Up – Replacing a Distributor Cap and Rotor
  • Repair a Valance
  • Replace a Turn Signal Switch
  • Replace a Plastic Bumper Cover
  • Replace a Parking Brake Cable
  • Replace Windshield Wiper Blade Refills
  • Replace a Corner Light
  • Replace a Bumper Bracket or Side Support
  • Replace a Washer Pump
  • Replace a Grille
  • Replace a Locking Hub
  • Replace a Fender
  • Replace a Power Steering Hose
  • Replace a Tailgate
  • Replace a Soft Top
  • Replace a Carburetor
  • Replace a Bumper Trim
  • Replace Trunk Strut
  • Replace a Front End Cover
  • Replace a Front Pipe
  • Replace an Antenna Mast
  • Replace a Side Marker Light Assembly
  • Install a Carpet Kit
  • Replace a Spoiler
  • Replace a Mirror Glass
  • Replace a Step Bumper