An axle is a central shaft for a rotating wheel or gear.

Ball Joints

Ball Joints are spherical bearings that connect the control arms to the steering knuckles.

Shocks and Struts

Shocks and Struts keep your car from bouncing. Even though they do the same thing, shocks and struts are completely different parts.

Wheel and Hub bearings

Wheel Bearings allow the wheels to rotate with minimal friction while supporting the vehicle’s weight.

Tie Rods

Attaches steering system to wheel.

Check engine light diagnostics

Inform vehicle owner that emission system has a problem.

Belt and hose replacements

Belt operates different engine accessories Hose allow coolant to flow through engine.

Water pumps

Circulates coolant thought the engine.

Fuel pumps

Delivers fuel to the engine.


Dissipates heat in coolant created from engine running.


Keep engine at operating temperature.

Power steering pumps & hoses

Gives driver ability to steering car without effort.


Turn Signal-Power Windows/Locks-Windshield Wipers, Alternator.

Wheel Alignments

Improve handing and tire wear.

Rotate & Balance

Increases the life of your tires.

Road Hazard & Flat Repair

If the tire can be repaired we are on it.

Official Missouri Vehicle Inspection Station

Official Missouri Vehicle Inspection Station

Quality Auto is an offical Missouri vechicle inspection station, call to schedule your inspection today.

(314) 313-3226

Quality Auto STL is your local Independent Tire Dealer

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Antilock Brakes Were Invented Over 50 Years Ago


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The first car radio was invented in 1929

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