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43269 Osgood Road

Fremont, CA 94539


Mon - Fri: 8am - 5pm

Sat - Sun: CLOSED




We Offer Snap Financing!


High Street Automotive is Fremont’s source for quality auto repair and First Class Service. We have been in business since 2006 and our auto technicians will handle any and all of your automotive needs. Our excellent team of highly trained, certified, and professional technicians work hard to get you back on the road as soon as possible. We are ASE certified and updated on a constant basis to provide you with the highest quality of service. As a modern repair facility, we use the latest computer hardware and software to diagnose your vehicle. We work on all makes and models and can handle all of your car care needs.


One Phone Call Away - We strive to make your experience with us the best! Give us a call today at (510) 657-6653!

Drop-Off Service - Offered after hours. Simple print & fill out the drop off form, then place it in our drop off box when you bring your vehicle. 


Fast Communication - Fill out the form on our contact page and one of our auto technicians will get back to you as soon as possible. 

Affordable Pricing - You can expect to have reliable repairs with great low pricing! Come to our shop today!



  • A/C Repair & Services

  • Brakes

  • Oil Change

  • Lube & Filter

  • 30/60/90/120k Maintenance

  • Suspension

  • Steering

  • Computer Diagnostics

  • Electrical System

  • Tune Up

  • Engine

  • Transmission

  • Radiator

  • Shocks

  • Struts

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  • Honda

  • Hyundai

  • Lexus

  • Mazda

  • Nissan

  • Toyota

  • Ford 

  • Lincoln 

  • GMC

  • Chevrolet

  • Dodge

  • Saturn

  • Audi

  • BMW

  • Mercedes

  • Bentley

  • Volkswagen

  • Mini Cooper

  • Porsche

  • Volvo

  • Saab

  • Jaguar

  • Jeep

  • Scion


Never Drive Your Car if You Suspect it is Overheating
If your temperature gauge is 3/4 or more, pull over and turn off the engine. Do not try to fix it yourself because raising your hood at the wrong time can cause serious injury. If you do not see any steam or coolant boiling onto the ground, you should be able to allow your engine to cool off for 15–20 minutes, then restart and quickly drive to the nearest repair shop while watching the temperature gauge. A minimum amount of overheating can actually ruin your engine and cost you a bundle of replacement. Observing the gauges on your car while driving should be as regular as looking into your mirrors.


Never Drive with a Check Engine Light On or Flashing
Checking the oil level will tell you whether you have a low oil or internal oil pressure problem. If the level is low (not on the dipstick), that may be why you have a light on. Correct the level, then restart the engine. If the light still appears, call a tow truck. If the light is off, you may drive home or to the nearest repair shop to find out why the oil level was low. Each time that light is on, you have no oil pressure, which means your high-revving engine is running with no lubrication going to all the moving parts. The end result could be serious engine damage.


Do Not Ignore Abnormal Noises

If you drive the car most of the time and hear an abnormal noise that does not sound like it is going away anytime soon, you should have someone check it out for you. It's always better to be safe than sorry.

Avoid Driving Through Deep Water
Deep water is when the water is as high as the curb, 4 inches or above. Some years, flood damage can rank third as the most expensive car insurance claims, right behind collision and theft. Driving through deep water can cause wheel bearing grease to be washed out; brake components at each wheel to rust and seize; carpet and/or the padding underneath can become saturated; or computers, relays, modules, and wiring harness mounted on the floor of your car can become shorted or corroded. 


Scheduled Maintenance
We believe in following the maintenance schedule in your owner's manual because they are important, and they do pay off in the long run. Most people do not even realize that the car manufacturer or the extended warranty companies can deny most repairs that were under warranty if you do not have receipts showing you maintained the vehicle according to your owner's manual. Do not underestimate the importance of scheduled maintenance.


Your Owner's Manual:
We are still amazed to this day by the number of people who will invest $5000 to $35,000 in a vehicle they depend on every day and never open the owner's manual! Reading your manual and understanding everything in it is one of the most important things you can do for your car. Do not disregard any of the information provided in the manual.

For More Information, Call High Street Automotive Today!

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