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MON-FRI:  8:00 AM – 5:00 PM


4530 S. 140th St.
Omaha, NE 68137

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About Us

Meyers Auto Service has been serving customers in and around  Omaha, NE for 17 years. Our combined experience of over 150 years assures you quality repairs and maintenance for your vehicles. We service all makes. We take pride in keeping up with the latest technology and equipment to take care of your vehicle.

Meyers Auto Service is proud to work with Westside Community Schools, providing consumer education for Westside High School students.
  • 17 Years of Service
  • 10,000 Happy Customers
  • Diagnostic & Brake Checks
  • No Appointment Necessary

Never try and up sell you


Meyer's is my go to mechanics shop. Better than a dealer. Honest, and they quickly do the work. Very fair pricing. And, they only fix or correct what needs to be done. NEVER try and up sell you. Highly recommended!

Fair prices and excellent work.

Chad Brown

Meyer's Auto Services is the place to take your vehicle for service. They have very fair pricing and really do excellent work. If they find any other possible problems with you vehicle they will call you and explain what they have found and what may or may not happen if it is not fixed. Tony is a very friendly and will help you ensure that you are driving a reliable and safe vehicle. I highly recommend them..

Prompt and explained exactly what was going on.

Amanda Held

I had a great experience while at Meyer Automotive. They were very prompt and explained exactly what was going on. They were able to figure out the problem and fix it. I had taken my care to Walker Tire 3 time and they said they had fixed the issue, but never really had. They are also very affordable and did not try to sell you new parts for your whole car.



Meyer’s Automative are leaders in the Omaha area in providing reasonably priced, quality automotive services.


When it comes to diagnostics, we offer accurate diagnostics that get your vehicle back on the road, with transparency and accuracy.

Light Truck

We know you depend on your truck. Our goal is to always get you back in your light truck with no-hassle, premium service, at a customer-friendly price.

  • A/C Services
  • Accessories
  • Belt, Hose and Filter Replacement
  • Brakes
  • Cooling System Service
  • Courtesy Check-up
  • Diesel
  • Drivability Diagnosis
  • Electrical System Diagnosis & Service
  • Emissions
  • Fleet Service
  • Fuel System Service
  • Hybrid
  • Muffler/Exhaust
  • Oil Change
  • Performance
  • Preventive Maintenance 30/60/90k
  • Suspension
  • Timing Belt Replacement
  • Tire Replacement
  • Transmission Service Repair
  • Wheel Replacement

Care Tips

  • Belts and Hoses

    • Inspect hoses at each oil change and replace when leaking, brittle, cracked, rusted, swollen or restricted.
    • Check the V-belts and serpentine belts for tension and condition.
    • Replace when cracked, frayed, glazed or showing signs of excessive wear.
    • Typically replace timing belt between 60,000 to 90,000 miles not replacing the belt as required could cause a breakdown or serious engine damage.
  • Brake Service

    Check the entire brake system every year; inspecting brake linings, rotors and drums.

  • Brake Fluid

    • Check fluid with engine off or running.
    • If frequent topping off is required, inspect brake linings and check for fluid leaks.
    • Replace fluid every 2 years/24,000 miles.
  • Tune-Up

    • Replace oxygen sensor st interval as recommended in owner’s manual.
    • Some cars have an oxygen sensor replacement light that appears when replacement is needed – 1996 and newer cars have more than one oxygen sensor.
    • Typical spark plug replacement intervals range between 30,000 and 100,000 miles depending on the vehicle and type of spark plug.
  • Steering, Suspension and Tires

    • Inspect steering and suspension system at least annually, including shock absorbers, struts and chassis parts, such as ball joints, tie rod ends and other related components. Replace these parts if leaks, damage and loose mounting hardware are found.
    • Check the pressure of all tires, including the spare, monthly.
    • Check the tread for uneven or irregular wear and cuts or bruises along the sidewalls.
    • Inflate tires and maintain at recommended pressure.
    • Replace tires if worn or damaged.
  • Check Engine Light

    • If check engine light comes on while driving or remains on, your vehicle may have an emission or sensor problem and should be analyzed/diagnosed.
    • If light flashes, the condition is more severe and must be checked immediately to prevent catalytic converter or other damage.
  • Appearance

    • To prevent stripping the vehicle’s wax finish, use only automotive car wash products, not dish-washing liquids.
    • Polish at least twice a year to maintain and protect the finish.
  • Exhaust System

    • Inspect for leaks, damage and broken support or hangers if there is an unusual noise.
    • Exhaust leaks can allow carbon monoxide gas into the passenger compartment.
  • Batteries and Cables

    • If the battery is three years old or more, it should be tested and replaced if necessary.
    • Battery should be securely mounted.
    • Battery connection should be clean, tight and corrosion-free.
  • Every 3,000 Miles

    • Change engine oil and replace oil filter.
    • Perform multi-point inspection.
    • Rotate tires every other oil change for optimal tire life.
  • Chassis Lubrication

    • Many newer cars are lubed-for-life – many others still require this service.
    • Steering and suspension components may require periodic lubrication.
  • Fuel Filter

    • Replace if restricted or water contaminated. Restricted fuel filters shorten life of fuel pump.
    • Replace filter every 2 years/24,000 miles.
  • Engine Air Filter

    • Inspect filter at each oil change.
    • Replace annually or when torn, water or oil soaked, dirty or showing other signs of wear.
  • Automatic Transmission Fluid

    • Check fluid levels with engine running and transmission in park or neutral, depending on manufacturer instructions.
    • For maximum performance, change every 2 years/24,000 miles.
  • Differential, Manual Transmission and transfer Case

    • Check fluids at each oil change.
    • Replace fluids every 4 years/50,000 miles using factory recommended lubricant.
  • Winshield Washer Fluid

    • Check fluid levels monthly.
    • Use washer fluid only.
  • Power Steering Fluid

    • Check level at reservoir – never open a hot radiator cap.
    • If low add 50/50 mix of approved antifreeze/coolant and distilled water.
    • Change coolant every 2 years/24,000 miles, on most vehicles.
  • Cabin Filter

    • Replace annually, or more often in areas with heavy airborne contaminants or whenever heating or cooling efficiency is reduced.
  • Coolant (Antifreeze)

    • Steering and suspension components may require periodic lubrication.
    • Many newer cars are lubed-for-life – many others still require this service.

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