Everett's Family-Owned, Independent
Auto Repair Shop
Caring for our Everett community during the
COVID-19 outbreak with contactless service.
Domestic and Asian Vehicles
- Ford Automotive Specialist
- 30, 60 & 90K Factory Maintenance
- Engine Diagnostics, Repair & Tune-Up
- Lube, Oil & Filter Services
- Oil Changes start at $29.99 with free inspection
- AC recharge $150-$300
- Radiator & Cooling System Repair
- Clutch and Transmission Service
- Brake Inspection
- Brake Repair
- Brake Replacement
- Pre-Purchase Inspection $99.95 - $150
- Front End & Suspension Repair
- Electrical, Controls, Heater & A/C
- Fleet Repair & Maintenance
- Engine & Transmission Replacement
"IT IS ONLY NUTS AND BOLTS"
7 Common Problems that Trigger the Check Engine Light
Why Is It Important to Stay Up to Date with Oil Changes?
8 Signs of Engine Trouble
Simple Tips for Safe Winter Driving
Common Symptoms of a Bad Alternator
7 Maintenance Tasks to Prepare Your Car for Winter
What are Common Signs of a Suspension Problem?
Expert Auto Repair in Everett, WA
Helpful Tips for Boosting MPGs
Common Automotive Problems that Cause No-Start
What are common symptoms of brake trouble?
What is Transmission Service?
Does My Car Need a Wheel Alignment?
Car Trouble that Stinks!
What does it mean to be a dealership alternative
5 Repairs You Should Never Put Off
What is Scheduled Auto Maintenance?
Auto Maintenance to Prepare your Car for Winter
How can I tell which type of automotive fluid is leaking?
9 Issues to Check When Buying a Used Car
Top Signs of an Exhaust Leak
Does My Car Need Transmission Service?
Most Common Auto Electric Problems
Customer Reviews of ONB Automotive Repair in Everett, WA
No Gas: Common Fuel System Failures
4 Symptoms of Suspension Failure
General Signs of it is Time for Auto Repair
The Importance of the Oil Change
5 Symptoms of a Failed Cooling System
Top Signs it is Time for an Engine Rebuild
Does this Mean I Need Brake Repair? Yes!
Tips for PNW Winter Driving: We're Not Out of the Weather Yet!
Do I Need to Replace the Alternator?
Understanding Commercial Fleet Vehicle Maintenance
What does that Light Mean? Common Dashboard Warning Lights
Simple Auto Maintenance to Prepare Your Vehicle for Winter
Is it Time for Engine Repair? 4 Signs that Say Yes
How do I know if My Car has an Exhaust Leak?
Get the Most out of Your Gas Tank this Summer
Common Signs your Vehicle Needs Transmission Repair
Time for new shocks or struts? Here is how to tell!
What is a Tune Up and When Do I Need One?
How to use your senses to detect car trouble
What's Leaking From My Car?
If this Happens it is Time for Clutch Repair
3 Signs Your Vehicle Needs Exhaust Repair
What is Preventative Auto Maintenance & Why is it Important?
Is it time to set up a fleet vehicle maintenance plan?
Does my Car Need Cooling System Repair?
5 Common Signs You Need Ignition Repair
Help! I Need AC Repair to Beat the Heat
5 Major Signs Your Car Needs an Alignment
5 Must Know Symptoms of Brake Trouble
Hard Starts: 4 Signs of Starter Failure
5 Smells that Mean Trouble for Your Car
Is it Time for Timing Belt Replacement?
3 Common Signs of Major Engine Trouble
Squealing Brakes and 4 Other Signs of Trouble
5 Tips to Improve Fuel Efficiency this Winter
Why are Oil Changes so Important?
4 Common Reasons the Check Engine Light Comes On
Common Auto Electric Problems
4 Reasons for Transmission Failure
Top 4 Basic Home Auto Maintenance Tips
When is it Time for Suspension Repair?
Brake Service, Care and Maintenance
Proper Radiator Maintenance and Care
5 Signs that Your Car Needs a Tune-Up
The Importance of 30/60/90K Factory Maintenance
Almost everyone has an auto repair 'horror story'. Maybe a service advisor sold you a bill of car repair goods you didn't need because he was paid on commission, or maybe you simply paid too much for a repair. Either way, you felt ripped off and you vowed you'd never go back there. We don't blame you. Over the years, the automotive repair business has earned a bad reputation due to some unscrupulous sales and repair tactics.
O.N.B. is an independent service and repair shop offering a lower cost, more customer friendly alternative to dealership service and repair. Car repairs are more complex than ever before, but our certified Master Technicians love a challenge, and they love working at ONB because it's a friendlier, more family and customer-oriented auto repair environment. Why pay more to get less service at the auto dealership, when you can enjoy a higher quality, more affordable auto service experience at our shop?
When you pick up your car or truck from ONB, you'll be shown any defective parts that needed to be replaced, and we even take digital photos of the vehicle repair to show you what we found! We settle for nothing less than excellence in auto repair and service, and you shouldn't settle for less, either. Give us your tired, poor, downcast car or truck, and we'll give you back a robust, happy vehicle ready to take you wherever you want to go! Give us a call at (425) 317-9618 to request a quote or schedule an appointment today!