Auto Repair Service in Medford Oregon

Excellent Auto Repair & Maintenance

Get professional auto repair and maintenance at Action Auto Repair to diagnose your vehicle’s issue quickly and fix the problem with premium parts and ASE trained mechanics. 

You will always get excellent  service at an excellent price at Action Auto Repair. We work with major insurance companies and offer aftermarket extended warranties.

  • Warranty work
  • Manufacture’s maintenance
  • Spark plugs and wires
  • Check engine light
  • Starting problems
  • Car vibrations
  • Shifting issues
  • Fluid changes

Most Common Auto Repairs

  • Check engine light
  • Sputtering engine
  • Poor fuel economy
  • Dead battery
  • Brakes squeaking or grinding
  • Tire flats
  • Alternator fails 
  • Starter fails
  • Unbalanced wheels
  • Emissions failure
  • Overheating
  • Transmission slipping

What is an ASE Technician?

National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence or ASE is an independent non-profit organization. The ASE Certifies mechanics who have successfully passed the tests that prove their knowledge in the automotive service industry. You can learn more at the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence.

Quality Auto Services We Specialize In:

Automotive Diagnostics

Whether you have funny noises or a safety light, like your check engine light; Action Auto Repair is Medford’s most trusted auto repair shop.

Auto Air Conditioning

Before the hot weather roasts the inside of your car, bring it down to Action Auto Repair to be diagnosed and serviced. Helping the A/C last is easy as 1-2-3.

Automotive Brake Service

The brake system on vehicles seems to get better every year, but if you don’t maintain your brakes or change them when needed, You could have a serious accident.

Auto Electric

When it comes to automotive electric, Action Auto Repair has many years of experience. It can be as simple as fixing your power windows or a more involved electrical system.

Auto Suspension

Is your vehicle’s ride getting a little rough?

It might be time to lock at installing new shock or struts.

Auto Transmission

Did you know that most vehicle fluids should be changed?

Just like motor oil, the transmission has moving parts.


Keep Your Vehicle On the Road and In Good Condition

If you have noticed that car prices have gone up in the last few years, it probably makes you think, what can you do to help your vehicle go the extra mile?

Changing your engine oil

Changing your motor oil is the most important scheduled service you can do to get the longevity out of your vehicle. Many vehicles burn engine oil. Newer vehicles oils are also thinner, the thinner the oil the higher chance you will need to top off between oil changes. Ask our team what your maintenance schedule is for your make and model and keep to it.

Maintenance your transmission

Keeping your transmission fluid transparent without discoloration. You can do this by changing its fluid with the factory’s specific type is very important and replacing the filter will help the transmission to last many extra miles.

Change your air filters

The cleanest air is the best. The dirtier the air filter is, the harder it will be to get the oxygen the engine needs. A dirty filter can also cause the engine to get contaminants in the engine’s combustion.

Getting a great spark

Changing your spark plugs is next on our list, because when your engine runs more efficiently and smoothly it is an environment for engine longevity.

Your tires keep your car on the road

Keep your tires aligned and to the proper pressure. Improper alignment or under inflated tires not only cause the tires to breakdown much faster, it is also a driving hazard that could cause you to wreck.

Getting the coolant changed

When you don’t change your old coolant the engine can run hotter and when the engine overheats, it will cause more friction for the engine. The old coolant can also damage the thermostat and even the radiator.

Check all other fluids

Always check your fluids levels for your brakes, power-steering, engine, transmission, coolant and windshield washing reservoir. When any of these fluids need to be topped off, get it done.

Drive safely

Try to drive your vehicle more smoothly, (After you sprint 100 yards, you need to rest and get more oxygen) the same thing is with your car, the harder you drive it the more strain you put on it.

Keep the people who ride in your car healthy

Change your cabin filter. Just like your engine, your body needs clean air to operate at its peak.