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Coti Auto Care - Coti Auto Care Dallas Texas



​We take care of everything — brakes, tires, oil changes — all your auto repair needs


​Coti Auto Care in Houston Texas offers complete auto care for your vehicle. Whether it’s time for your next factory recommended maintenance visit, a routine oil change, new tires, or repair services on your brakes, muffler and exhaust, suspension, air conditioner, or any other mechanical or electrical component of your car, ​Coti is in your neighborhood and ready to serve you. 


Brakes should be inspected every 3 months or 3,000 miles.  A screeching or grinding noise when you press on the brake pedal is an indicator that metal parts of your brakes are scraping together. Regular inspection and timely replacement of worn brake parts can help you avoid more extensive – and expensive – repairs and keep you and your family safer on the road.


​Changing your vehicle's oil is one of the most important things you can do to extend the life of vehicle.  During an oil change, the technician will drain out the old motor oil and replace it with new motor oil.  The oil filter also gets replaced at the same time.
The main purpose of oil  is to lubricate. As oil ages it breaks down it becomes less effective at lubricating.​


​The engine comprises most of the moving parts in your vehicle; accordingly there are many services that may be required to keep it operating properly. Over the life of your car you might expect to have any or all of the following repairs:
Major/Minor Tune-Up, Replace Timing Belt, Engine Rebuild/Remanufacture, Remove & Replace Head Gasket, Intake Manifold and Gasket replacement


​Have you noticed any unusual bald spots on your tires? Does your car seem to drift to the right or left when you take your hands off the steering wheel? Is the steering wheel not centered when your car is moving straight? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, chances are that your wheels are out of alignment.

Check Engine Light

A blinking Check Engine Light indicates a critical issue, whereas a solid light reflects a non-emergency situation. Once you rule out a loose gas cap, it’s imperative a mechanic diagnoses the issue as soon as possible.

​When the Check Engine Light is on, your car’s monitoring system will have "fault codes" that indicate the nature of the problem. Your car may have one or more problems and hence there can be multiple codes.

The mechanic will read the codes using a scanner, interpret the codes, and provide a diagnosis. If you approve the repair estimate, they will replace the faulty part(s), clear the memory of any fault codes, turn the Check Engine Light off, and let you drive the car for a few days to see if the light comes back on or not.

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"They are hands down the best shop I have ever been to. They are fast, friendly, professional, honest, affordable, and they know what they're doing..."

Brandon Anderson