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Automotive Mechanic Tools for Your GarageYou have the desire, but do you have the tools that it takes to work on your own car? For basic repair jobs, you can get by with a few hand tools like a ratchet and socket set, pliers, and screwdrivers. For the avid DIYer, you may need out that toolbox with more essential tools from AutoZone.
Diagnosing a Check Engine Light or training your TPMS sensors requires a scan tool to read the codes and perform programming duties. If you need to change or grease a u-joint, ball joint, or any other suspension, steering, or drivetrain component, a floor jack and axle stands are an absolute must.
Working on a newer vehicle is one thing, but age, heat, and corrosion can make fixing an older vehicle less than straightforward. Specialty tools like a thread repair kit and bolt extractor set will make your life easier. And if you’re working on an electrical repair, it’s crucial to have a crimper, soldering equipment, a test light, and a battery charger.
For the professional mechanic, AutoZone carries the automotive equipment you need to do your job efficiently and accurately. From professional-grade jacks and car lifts to impact wrenches and work lights, the solution to streamlining your workflow starts with AutoZone.
Shop AutoZone Tools and EquipmentWrenches, sockets, creepers, cutting tools, body repair tools, and more – if you need it for servicing or repairing a vehicle, AutoZone has it for you. If you’re here to shop auto parts, don’t miss out on the tools you need to do the job right.
Whether you’re changing a starter or changing your oil for the first time, our store associates can help you find the right tools to make it go as smoothly as you can reasonably hope. Just tell us the year, make, and model and what you’re fixing and we can stock you up on the parts you need and the tools required for the task.
If you’re not sure about owning a tool, ask about our Loan-a-Tool program. It’s just another reason to make AutoZone your one stop destination for auto parts and tools.
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