Auto Pro




When you need an auto mechanic, we are your dealer alternative in the Fair Oaks and surrounding area. With the latest technology and years of hands on experience we can diagnose your vehicles problem and get it fixed right the first time! As Fair Oaks’ premier auto repair facility  we work on Asian and domestic cars and trucks, both old and new. Every mechanic in our shop is focused on providing service that meets and exceeds what one would expect from a dealership, at a cost that our Fair Oaks customers will find to be substantially lower. Expert repairs, performed by skilled, experienced auto mechanics, should be affordable in price and available in a convenient location. You’ll find all this and more at Auto Pro.




At Auto Pro we’re family owned and operated; we’re committed to always providing great service and high quality workmanship at a fair price since 1994.



Car Rental

If you need a rental car while we work on your vehicle, we can arrange to have you picked up at our shop and you’ll get a discount on the rental. (Terms and Conditions Apply)




5344 San Juan Ave, Fair Oaks, CA 95628 (916) 966-1168

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Signs Your Car Has Pothole Damage

Pothole can be your vehicles worst enemy. These holes in a road’s surface can seriously damage a vehicle’s ride control system. If you do drive over a pothole, Auto Pro recommends that you have your car’s shocks or struts checked to make sure they aren’t damaged....

When do I need to change brake fluid?

Check your car’s owner’s manual to see what the manufacturer recommends. You might also want to discuss the slippery subject of brake fluid with a trusted mechanic if the manufacturer doesn’t give any guidance. Don’t be surprised if a mechanic suggests replacing the brake fluid periodically, because mechanics probably have seen what can happen if you don’t.

All about Back-Up Cameras

On the evening of October 19, 2002, pediatrician Greg Gulbransen walked out his front door to move the family’s sport-utility vehicle into the driveway. Unbeknownst to him, his 2-year-old son Cameron followed. Gulbransen was backing up when he felt a small bump,...
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