If you are looking to work on your car, don’t forget to stop by AutoZone on 26681 Telegraph Rd for any auto part you might need.
The AutoZone company has been in business for over 30 years. They are committed to “providing the best parts, prices and customer service in the automotive aftermarket industry.” AutoZone is also the “leading retailer and a leading distributor of automotive replacement parts and accessories in the U.S.”
When shopping for replacement parts for your vehicle, AutoZone seems to have it all. They sell batteries, tires, filters, windshield wipers and more. Their helpful and knowledgeable staff can help you find the right part for your vehicle model.
Would you rather just deck out your car with cool accessories? Well, they have those too. Check out their audio selection for the newest radios for your car. Or buy seat covers, decals, Ed Hardy products and more.
Have you bought the right product but don’t have the tools to install it? AutoZone offers a unique program called Loan-A-Tool. It is a selection of “seldom-used, expensive-to-own specialty tools.” Instead of buying the tools you need, just leave a deposit at the store and borrow the tool. When you have finished, bring it back and they will refund the deposit.
Along with the Loan-A-Tool program, AutoZone offers many other services. They will test your car’s battery, alternator, starter, and voltage regulator while it is still on your car, for free. They also offer “a complete starting and charging systems test.” AutoZone will also test voltage regulators, control modules, coils, throttle position sensors (TPSs) and other engine management components, all for free.
If your battery is dead, don’t fret, just take it to AutoZone. They will use their Duralast Fast Charger to charge your battery for free while you shop. The charger can charge a 12-volt battery in about a half hour. You can also drop off your 6 and 12-volt batteries for lawn and garden tools, motorcycles, and marine batteries for free overnight battery charging.
Autozone also offers free oil and battery recycling. According to AutoZone, they are “dedicated to protecting the environment by providing drivers with a safe and easy way to dispose of used oil and batteries.”
The Autozone in Flat Rock is open Sundays from 9am to 8 pm, and Mondays through Saturdays from 7:30am to 10pm. You can call them at (734) 789-8912 or check out the AutoZone website for more information.