460 S Rock Blvd, Sparks, NV 89431

(775) 507-7530

Mon-Fri: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Mon-Fri: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
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460 S Rock Blvd, Sparks, NV 89431

Parts & Labor


We stand behind our work!

Welcome to Jay’s Total Car Care

Helping Reno and Sparks Drivers Since 2013

jay owner sparks auto repair shop

If you are looking for a trustworthy, reliable company for your automobile repair needs, look no further. We were established in 2013, when we started providing affordable service to the community. At Jay’s Total Car Care, we service and repair all makes and models of vehicles. When your car needs to be repaired, it can be difficult to find the right Sparks auto repair shop to handle it. As one of our customers, we believe you deserve to receive exceptional customer service.

  • In most cases, we install factory OEM replacement parts
  • Same day service is provided in many instances
  • Our work is warrantied for a full year

How It Works

We offer full service auto repair & maintenance


We Provide Expert Service

Below are some of the many auto repair services we offer:
  • FREE Shuttle Service
  • General Auto Repair & Maintenance
  • Transmission Repair & Replacement
  • Manufacturer Recommended Service
  • Brake Repair and Replacement
  • Air Conditioning A/C Repair
  • Tire Repair and Replacement
Get a quote and book a service online 24/7. Our mechanics are always ready to assist.
We offer fair and transparent pricing and provide estimates upfront for hundreds of services on thousands of cars. Book with confidence.
OEM factory parts warranty
OEM parts are parts that are specifically made by the vehicle's manufacturer and therefore make finding parts for the specific vehicle much easier.
We only work with highly rated mechanics. All services are backed by our 3-year / 30,000-mile warranty.

About Car Repair Services

Our service facility is independently owned and operated providing full-service repair and maintenance services. We use the latest diagnostic equipment to guarantee your vehicle is repaired or serviced properly and in a timely fashion. We offer the following:
  • 36 Month / 30,000 mile Nationwide Warranty
  • ASE Certified Technicians
  • Customer Rewards Program
  • Courtesy Local Shuttle Service

Our Pricing Plans

Fixed price car servicing packages

What Our Customers Say

Hunter C. Google

“They are professional and great mechanics. The work done came back under-quote and in the time frame, they gave me. I was impressed with the transparency of the whole shop. Great place!”

Daniel Miranda Google

“I have to say. The guys at Jay’s Total Car Care in Sparks are Just the best. They finished my mom’s car today. Said it would be Tuesday. But got it done today. Just wanted to give them a shout out and say thanks.”

Leilani Elizabeth Google

“Had to stop on my way from Colorado to California when my car started having issues. Jay went above and beyond to help me out. Extremely nice people who know what they’re doing.”

Auto Maintenance FAQs

For a long time and sometimes still today, standard practice at many lube shops is to suggest oil changes every three months or 3,000 miles. In order to know when the best time to get your oil changed is, check the owner’s manual of your specific model for manufacturer-recommended intervals.
A: Even if you lease a vehicle, you are responsible for all maintenance and repairs required to keep the vehicle in good working order as outlined in the owner’s manual.
A: Many vehicle owners may wonder how often to change a timing belt. The old rule was every 60,000 miles. As technology has improved, many manufacturers recommend intervals up to 100,000 miles. To be safe you should check what the vehicle's manufacturer recommends and stay within that mileage.
A: If your car does start, let it run for a few minutes to help charge the battery further. Unhook the clamps in the reverse order of how you put them on. Be sure to drive your car for about 30 minutes before stopping again so the battery can continue to charge.
A: First, check for wear by looking at your brake pads through the spaces between the wheel's spokes. The outside pad will be pressed against a metal rotor. Generally, there should be at least 1/4 inch of pad. If you see less than 1/4 inch of pad, you may want to have your brake pads inspected or replaced.

We Repair All Makes of Automobiles

Find here your vehicle

We Have Financing Options!

The No Credit Option!

The No Credit Option!

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