Auto Repair in West Pasco, WA

West Pasco, WA

About 4,000 people live in the small community of West Pasco, WA, covering less than four square miles of land. West Pasco emerged from the larger city of Pasco itself, on newly incorporated land on the area’s west side.

New housing tracts, apartments and shopping centers in West Pasco have brought an increase in population to the region in recent years. Many Tri-Cities residents have chosen to live in West Pasco for its central location and housing availability. In fact, West Pasco ranks the highest in per-capita income for all of Franklin County. The area referred to as West Pasco clearly distinguishes itself from the older parts of Pasco to the east.

In terms of auto repairs, the most qualified experts will see your vehicle gets all the attention it requires, and you’ll find these experts at Master Tech Automotive. Since 2003, our experienced team has been serving West Pasco drivers with auto repairs always done correctly. From diagnosis to completion, our ASE-Certified technicians adhere to high standards of accuracy with products, services and maintenance practices that are truly unique in the field. We’re a small, family-owned business committed to delivering big results, now and for as long as you own your vehicle.

West Pasco’s True Dealer Alternative is Master Tech Automotive in Richland, WA. “Small Business, Big Results, Family Owned.”

Standard service warranty

At Master Tech Auto, all labor is guaranteed 12 month /12,000 and 2 year on many Asian and Euro parts. Some parts have lifetime warranty unless otherwise stated in writing on your invoice as provided at the time of service.
All parts carry a warranty as provided by the manufacturer. Master Tech does not currently offer extended warranties on parts. Most new parts have a one-year warranty.

Ask your technician for specific information on both labor and parts warranties on all services. All suppliers maintain their own warranty policies.

Squeak-free Brake Guarantee

Here's the deal, when you buy a new car they have brakes, and they don't squeak.....right. So why can't an after market shop do the same? Details Here