2100 Main Street, Billings, MT 59105

Phone (406) 534-2647 | Fax (406) 534-2438

Mon - Fri: 7:30 am – 5:30 pm

Sat: 7:30 am – 3:00 pm

Sun: Closed


Mon - Fri: 7:30 am – 5:30 pm | Sat: 7:30 am – 3:30 pm | Sun: Closed
2100 Main Street, Billings, MT 59105

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Our Featured Services

We offer full service auto repair & maintenance

If your engine is sick or tired we have the equipment to check, diagnose and efficiently fix any problem you may have.

Motor oil is used for lubrication of internal combustion engines. ... Motor oil may be composed of only a lubricant base stock in the case of non-detergent oil, or a lubricant base stock plus additives to improve the oil's detergency, extreme pressure performance, and ability to inhibit corrosion of engine parts.

An automotive battery is a rechargeable battery that supplies electrical current to a motor vehicle. Its main purpose is to feed the starter, which starts the engine. Once the engine is running, power for the car's electrical systems is supplied by the alternator.

The diagnostic test relies on a computer system that links to the vehicle's computer processor, sensors, and microchips, logging any problems or issues present. It can reveal existing flaws including problems with the exhaust, transmission, oil tank and other systems.

A transmission is a machine in a power transmission system, which provides controlled application of the power. Often the term transmission refers simply to the gearbox that uses gears and gear trains to provide speed and torque conversions from a rotating power source to another device.

A Tires is a ring-shaped component that surrounds a wheel's rim to transfer a vehicle's load from the axle through the wheel to the ground and to provide traction on the surface traveled over.

Below are some of the many auto repair services we offer:
  • Fuel System Repair
  • Exhaust System Repair
  • Engine Cooling System Maintenance
  • Electrical Diagnostics
  • Starting and Charging Repair
  • Wheel Alignment
  • CV Axles
  • Computer Diagnostic Testing

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 are a member of ProVantage Auto Repair Network, an elite performance network, where independent service facilities share common goals of being world-class automotive service centers.

  • 12 Month / 12,000 Miles Nationwide Warranty
  • ASE Certified Technicians
  • Customer Rewards Program
  • Courtesy Local Shuttle Service

Get a quote and book a service online 24/7. Our service manager will contact you during business hours, or the following morning.


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 12-month / 12,000-mile warranty.

How It Works

We offer full service auto repair & maintenance

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What Our Customers Say

Kim JacquesBillings, MT
“Only place my cars will ever go. They recently replaced some transmission lines & looked over everything else. I then drove a total of 1300 miles with absolutely no problems. Best prices in town. Knowledgeable. Great guys. I definitely trust them & reccomend them.”
John GurrBillings, MT
“They are very professional and their work is superior. A city garbage truck crushed the front of our car. We took it to Chung Brothers. The quality of work they did was astounding, the front end looked like new when they were done. They are fast and do the job right the first time. We have three vehicles and these guys will be the only mechanics working on them.”
Jerod SchaeferBillings, MT
“My Toyota Highlander had a bit of a shimmy after having a tire replaced and supposedly balanced at another shop. I took it to Chung Brothers and they rotated the tires and confirmed the balance for a very reasonable price. The shimmy is gone and I am very satisfied with their service. Great customer service! I will return if and when I need service again.”

Auto Maintenance FAQs

A: 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: 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: The average driver uses their brakes 75,000 times per year and takes for granted that they’ll work every time. Today’s brake systems are hydraulic and use brake fluid which is hydrophilic, meaning it can absorb moisture from the air. Once the hydraulic system has moisture in it, corrosion takes place and brake components fail. Brake fluid should be flushed periodically to keep corrosion under control. This procedure is not expensive and is included in many preventative maintenance schedules. Brake fluid should be handled with care. It will melt plastics and remove paint.
A: There are two ways to check for brake wear on disc brakes: by looking and by listening. 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

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