Bringing your car in for regular service is the best way to save money on automotive costs and easily avoidable mechanical problems.
Schedule a complete diagnostics check every 15,000, 30,000, 60,000, and 90,000 miles. We'll make sure everything is in good working order.
Is your car telling you something? Often, a worn or unbalanced car part will make a sound. Bring your car to us to figure out what is going on.
Regardless of age, mileage, make, or model, occasional engine problems are an inevitable part of car ownership. We’ll get you back on the road.
CASEY’S AUTO REPAIR
As Mission’s auto repair specialists, our family-owned and operated business offers fast, affordable, quality service.
You’ll find that we remember your name – and your car. You’re not a number to us.
We listen to every concern, answer every question, and make sure every one of our neighbors is taken care of. We aim to teach, rather than sell, so you understand why we recommend a service, how it will keep you safely on the road, and why it will help you get more miles for your dollars.
Oil Change (Free Lubes)
Install Updates to Car Computers
Reprogram Ignition Keys and Remote Fobs
Perform Idle Relearn Procedures
Unlock Car Radios
Hub Match Brake Rotors (eliminating brake pulsation)
Repair/Replace Engines, Transmissions, and Differentials
Perform All Factory Maintenance
Work With All Extended
Sell and Install All Major
ABOUT OUR COMPANY
At age 14, Carl Casey started working at Sinclair. His jobs included pumping gas, cleaning windshields, and checking fluids and tires on the driveway. In the shop, he would help rotate tires and help with oil changes. He would also clean parts, put tools away, and clean the shop.
“I loved doing it and it seemed to come natural to me. I never really considered it work because I enjoyed it so much. What a great sense of accomplishment to diagnose and fix something that people rely on every day.”
People would ask Carl questions and he always had the answer. If he didn’t know the answer, he would seek it out. Cars are what he knows and he was very good at it.
His father, Ray Casey Sr., taught him how to understand cars and how to fix them with three basic steps:
WHAT does the part actually do?
WHY does the car need the part?
WHEN do you know it’s failing? If you know and understand what the parts do, you can include or exclude them in basic diagnostics.
Carl’s father also taught him the most important thing – take care of customers. Remember that every one of your customers works as hard as you do for their money. Be responsible, accountable, and careful when spending it.
Casey’s Auto Repair strives on great customer service and a comfortable/clean atmosphere. If your auto needs to be fixed now to keep it running safely they can do it. They will also advise you what services can be scheduled at a later time if needed due to time and cost. Casey’s Auto Repair is like having a professional in the family to advise you on all your auto care needs.
“LOVE this place!! Owner Carl is patient and always happy to explain what is going on with our car and why we do or don’t need to fix the problem. Cleanest place EVER! Have recommended to many and everyone I referred has been happy with the service and continues to go back. I can promise you will get great service at a very fair price. Honest people.”
- George Wilber
“Honest, Timely, Trusting, Reliable, Experts, Friendly, Reasonable and Knowledgeable. These are just a few of the things we can say about Casey’s Auto Repair. We were fortunate to find Casey’s over 10 years ago and have never gone anywhere else. Not only does Casey’s Auto give back to their community, they show appreciation to their customers each year by hosting a huge BBQ. Carl & Cathy Casey are genuinely two of the nicest people we know and we highly recommend them to all our family & friends.”
- Terri Thelen
“We have taken all our cars to Casey’s since the day Carl opened the shop and we will never take them anywhere else. It’s not like any other car repair. Once we tell someone about Casey’s, they become lifelong customers too.”
- Dan Blom