Interparts of Tulsa

at 3615 E 11th St, Tulsa, 74112 United States

Interparts of Tulsa,LTD is a family-owned,full-service auto repair and preventive maintenance center. We have been performing high quality repair for 30+yr


Interparts of Tulsa
3615 E 11th St
Tulsa , OK 74112
United States
Contact Phone
P: (918) 834-1800
Website

Description

Interparts of Tulsa, LTD is a family-owned, full-service auto repair and preventive maintenance center. We have been performing high quality and guaranteed auto repair services in Tulsa since 1980. Interparts can provide all your service, maintenance and parts needs for your import and domestic auto, SUV and light truck. Extensive on-site inventory ensures quick service and repairs. Most repairs are performed the SAME DAY.

Opening time

  • Mondays: 08:00- 17:30
  • Tuesdays: 08:00- 17:30
  • Wednesdays: 08:00- 17:30
  • Thursdays: 08:00- 17:30
  • Fridays: 08:00- 17:30

Reviews for Interparts of Tulsa

Becky L.

Best service in town. I'm always told what's truly needed. Never led in the wrong direction. I will use no other!!!

Eric S.

Robert went out of his way to help me out when I really needed it. Definitely the best customer service I have ever had at a repair shop. The repairs were... Read more

Rodney S.

These guys are great! I've been taking my automobiles here for several years and never disappointed. Super honest and trustworthy! Very reasonably priced... Read more
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Have a car question? Need a price? Need a tow? message us or call us. Robert Yuan 918-834-1800

Published on 2013-11-06 20:49:38 GMT

Cowboys change their oil Sooner!

Published on 2013-11-06 20:45:59 GMT

Old or not, cars need attention. This is especially true when you live in an area that goes through extreme temperature or weather changes. Stop taking your car for granted and give this a quick read. If anything, ask yourself when you last checked these items. The last thing you need is to get stranded on the highway with the family during the middle of winter. 1.)Inspect your antifreeze while your engine is cold by using a tester to check the mixture for its freeze point. A 50/50 ratio means 50% distilled water and 50% antifreeze, which is sufficient in most climates, except in extreme cold. 2.)Have your charging system checked for free at Interparts. Cold weather starts make the vehicle battery work much harder and getting stranded in the cold is no fun! 3.)Change your oil and oil filter. Clean, high quality engine oil goes a long way in protecting the motor in cold start situations. Use the oil recommended by the vehicle manufacturer. 4.) Visually inspect all lights; marker bulbs, tail lights, third level brake lights, especially headlights and driving lights. Daylight savings time requires bulbs to work longer hours. 5.) Tire Tread condition; check it yourself, or have it checked. Winter driving requires good traction in snow and ice. Quality tire tread sheds the snow, ice and road grime more quickly, providing better traction for improved safety. Check your tire pressure regularly, especially in colder temperatures. Follow the recommended PSI found on the driver’s side door post for maximum traction. 6.) Visibility is key to your safety; make sure that your wiper blades are in top condition, to fully clear your windshield, and back window if the vehicle is equipped. Road salt and slush can jeopardize visibility. Use washer fluid containing de-icer and Rain-X Treatment on windows to avoid the chiseling of ice early in the morning. 7.) Inspect your engine’s belts and hoses. Cracked, frayed or worn out rubber won’t stand up to temperature extremes. Don’t get stranded on your next trip because of a $10.00 belt or hose! 8.)Replace the Cabin Air Filter if the vehicle is equipped. Outside contaminants from Fall and Summer driving are stranded in the cabin air filter and running the heater on “high” in the extreme cold only sends the micro-particles deeper into the vehicle. 9.) Protect your vehicle’s paint. Rain, snow and salt are extremely tough on paint. A tough coating of quality car wax will add another barrier in-between road grime and your vehicle’s paint. 10.)Last but not least, prepare a roadside emergency kit including a flashlight with fresh batteries, a blanket, food bars, water bottles, cell phone, jumper cables, flares, Fix-a-Flat, HELP Sign, and a first aid kit.

Published on 2013-11-12 20:43:54 GMT

Hello, confused about your after market warranty that you purchased? We can work with most any of them. You do not have to go back to where it was purchased Please call if you have any question

Published on 2015-06-10 14:23:45 GMT

Just watched a semi documentary "pump" about the car manufacturers and big oil companies fighting alternative fuels such as methanol or ethanol pretty interesting.it's on Netflix.what do you think?

Published on 2015-05-18 21:18:44 GMT

Good Day, Time to dry out a bit. Summer special...... oil change, tire rotation, check and fill all fluids and a 19pt inspection. $39.99 (most vehicles, up ton 5 quarts of oil). While you wait if you call ahead

Published on 2015-05-12 17:37:41 GMT

Thinking of purchasing a new/used vehicle? We can help you with a pre purchase inspection. Just call we will answer any question you might have. Remember, most people sell their vehicle when they have 100k on them. Don't be stuck with a big maintenance bill you did not know about

Published on 2015-05-06 15:27:14 GMT

Hey, cars are like people too (they also need some love'n). Come see us before that big summer road trip. We will be more than happy to do a complementary fluid and safety check while you wait (918)834-1800

Published on 2015-05-04 15:00:44 GMT

People don't think about it, but a heavy keyring with keys for everything (including that car you owned 10 years ago) might be damaging your ignition switch.

Published on 2015-04-29 01:37:10 GMT

Hey, everyone. Time for that summer time check up. That 110° weather will be here before we know it