Dearholt AutoCare

NEW ADDRESS - 6401 Signal NE
Albuquerque, NM 87113

505.857.0868

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Dearholt AutoCare

NEW ADDRESS - 6401 Signal NE

Albuquerque, NM 87113

Phone: 505.857.0868

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Fax: 505.856.7131

Feel free to call or email us to schedule your next appointment.


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Business Hours

Monday - Friday
7:30 AM - 5:30 PM

Saturday - Sunday
Closed

THERE’S A GOOD REASON WE ASK TO CHECK YOUR FILTERS

Some folks are hiding a dirty secret under the hood. We always ask customers about their filters. For regular customers, we keep tabs on when things need to be changed. Filters vary depending on the length of time you have had the filter and your driving habits. We live in New Mexico, so immediately the filter’s number one function is called into use, KEEP DUST OUT.

Our filters catch all the grime, dirt and filth that our cars stir up under the hood. The engine filter protects the engine, the cabin filter cleans the air and protects you. In both filters, the amount of dirt involved in an old, unchanged filter can be shocking. We have seen dirt and debris in all shapes and sizes. Worst of all, an unchecked filter can become a nesting ground for rodents. Mice love to eat your wiring and set up camp in your filter box, perfect little mattress. The closer you live to the mountains, the more you know the story.

Everyone is familiar with the oil filter. This filter works hard to take impurities out of the oil to protect the parts from build ups. You need to change your oil and filter every 3,500-5,000 depending on your vehicle and the oil use. This month get an oil change and replace your engine and cabin filter and you get $20 back.

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Avery’s Homeless Initiative

Please join us in making a difference, even if for one day, for someone needing hope and a hand.  Drop offs will be accepted at Dearholt Auto Care located at 7201 Wyoming Blvd.

Avery’s Homeless Package Initiative

In mid-November, Avery (age 10) came home with an assignment to write a persuasive letter.  He chose to write to a restaurant asking for food donations for the homeless because they need nourishment to get better.  We thought, awesome!  Then about a week ago, he asked if we could make homeless packages and hand them out around Christmas. We immediately said yes, and bought enough for 50 packages.  Captivated by our son’s big heart, and in talking with others, we know we can make more if we ask for help from our friends and family.

Here’s our mission.  To make as many packages as possible with two waves of distribution, one wave by Christmas, and another after the first of the year.  We will be reaching out to places such as The Rock at NoonDay, Joy Junction, and other like organizations to coordinate a safe distribution. Here’s what we are looking for:

  • Socks
  • ​​​​​Gloves​​​​
  • Blankets (including mylar)
  • Non-alcoholic wipes
  • ​​​Toothbrush/toothpaste
  • ​Combs
  • Deodorant​​​​
  • Sanitary napkins​​
  • Chapstick
  • Soap​​​​​
  • Sugar free gum​​
  • Granola bars
  • Snacks​​​​​
  • Water​​​​
  • Gallon sized Ziploc bags

Homelessness is a major problem in our city. According to the 2017 biennial Point-In-Time Count, coordinated by the New Mexico Coalition to End Homelessness, 1,318 sheltered and unsheltered people are dealing with homelessness in Albuquerque. This count is however, by voluntary admission.

 

Albuquerque Public Schools reports that at any given time, between 3,500 and 4,000 students classified as homeless, says Monica Armenta, APS Spokesperson. 

Danny Whatley, executive director of The Rock at NoonDay, estimates the homeless population at about 4,500 and growing.

Please join us in making a difference, even if for one day, for someone needing hope and a hand.  Drop offs will be accepted at Dearholt Auto Care located at 7201 Wyoming Blvd. 

Thank you for your support!

Avery and family

FREE BRAKES!

FREE BRAKES

That got your attention. We’re giving you a pair of brake pads for FREE when you schedule your brake service with us.

That’s right, we’re giving away BRAKES through November 30th, 2018!

We’ll provide Free Premium Brake Pads and/or Shoes.

Is the Brake Job totally free? Of course not.

Installation, Hardware, Specialty Pads, New Rotors, Calipers, Rotor Resurfacing, etc., are extra. But this is still the best brake deal you’ll find anywhere!

BRAKES ARE ONE OF THE MOST CRITICAL PARTS ON YOUR CAR! Your brakes should be inspected at least once per year. We hope this offer encourages you to come in for your annual inspection. And, if your car does need brakes, the pads and/or shoes are FREE! Expires 11/30/18

Appointment Request

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  • xxx@xxxx.xxx
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    Please Note: These dates and times are not scheduling an actual appointment. Someone will contact you with a confirmed date and time.
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Two For One Wiper Blades

WIPER BLADES

Rain will fall. Sleet will freeze. And birds will drop.
Whatever’s in the sky seems to land right on your windshield. And there’s ALWAYS extra driving to be done through holiday season weather and vacationing bird traffic. One way to stay safe is to improve your auto’s vision by replacing those old or crumbling wiper blades before the first frosty storms. Through November and December, you can buy one NAPA Quality windshield wiper blade and get one FREE. It’s like getting new glasses for your car when you steer your way to your participating NAPA AutoCare Center, for two new Quality NAPA wiper blades. Remember – through December, Two for One Makes 20-20. You and your family will see better and drive safer. Visit your neighborhood NAPA AutoCare Today BEFORE things fall, freeze or drop.

Putting The Brakes on Childhood Illness

Brakes - new brakes - brake pads - $9 to UNM Children's Hospital

Brakes are the most important Safety Equipment on your vehicle.

If your brakes are grinding or squeaking, have them checked by a professional mechanic.

For a limited time getting new brakes will help children who are facing life threatening illnesses. UNM Children’s Hospital is Albuquerque’s Children’s Miracle Network Hospital. The Children’s Miracle Network is a life line to local hospitals. UNMCH services the greater New Mexico region and provides life saving medical treatments to children who might not otherwise receive care. It is NAPA AutoCare Center’s pleasure to build awareness and raise money to help such a worthy organization. This donation is made possible by NAPA Parts, NAPA Brakes and Dearholt AutoCare.

Get more information by stopping by the shop or visiting our NAPA AutoCare Website

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  • tune ups
  • oil changes
  • oil change
  • engine repair
  • transmission repair