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SERVING YOU SINCE 1949

Johnson's Auto Repair makes car maintenance and repair hassle-free, like it should be. We'll work, as we have since 1949, to earn your trust. And by investing in the latest automotive technologies, we ensure the best service in town. We look forward to working with you.

- Jeff Johnson, Owner

Johnson's Auto Repair makes car maintenance and repair hassle-free, like it should be. We'll work, as we have since 1949, to earn your trust. And by investing in the latest automotive technologies, we ensure the best service in town. We look forward to working with you.

- Jeff Johnson, Owner

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Located at the corner of 35th and 95th:

9418 35th Avenue NE

(206) 522-3305

Open Monday - Friday, 7:30AM - 5:30PM.

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our history

Johnson’s Auto Repair started in 1949, when WWII veteran Roy Johnson opened McHale’s Full Service Gas Station on the corner of NE 45th and Union Bay in the U-District (where Tully’s Coffee and Burgermaster stand today).

Roy earned a reputation for being a fair and honest business owner, making customer trust the foundation of his business. In 1977, Roy’s son, Jeff, began working at the station. After two years, Jeff attended the Arizona Automotive Institute to study repair and maintenance. Jeff graduated in the top of his class and returned home.

In 1989, Jeff took over the business (now located at the corner of 35th and 95th in Wedgwood). Jeff decided to focus the business on full service repair and changed the name to Johnson's Auto Repair.

Like Roy, Jeff understands the importance of customer trust—especially in the auto repair business. Johnson's Auto Repair has served thousands of customers since 1949—mostly by referral. Ask around. Chances are, one of your neighbors is probably a customer (if you're not already one, yourself).

See why our customers tell their friends about us... and why they come back.

We have been using Johnson's Auto Repair for more than 25 years. They are competent, have high integrity and give good value. If our "mechanical problem" was a minor adjustment, there has usually been no charge. Jeff offers alternatives, when they're available, for major repairs. We have referred many friends to Johnson's and they have always found the service to be the best too.”

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I love Johnson's Auto Repair! If it's something as simple as a loose clip or as complicated as a new transmission, I feel like I can trust them. I have a newer car and an old junker and whenever something happens with either vehicle, I don't hesitate to call Johnson's and always feel glad I did afterwards. Fair, honest and reliable is hard to find with mechanics but I found it here! Can't recommend them enough!”

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Johnson's was recommended by my kids' piano teacher. Johnson's is no-nonsense and FAST! I have a Honda Odyssey that needed 1) emissions inspection fix; 2) problem w/ rotor; 3) brakes; 4) new tires. They did a FREE estimate and told me what I had to fix first for safety reasons (rotor, which they could do, and told me to go and get new tires). Did that and returned for the emissions thing.

When my car was fixed (again, FAST!), it drove (and still does) like a dream. Like a new car! I love my Odyssey. It's a 2001 and I thought it was going to die. In Johnson's hands, it was given many more miles.

A friend has a Honda Civic that needed the rear axle replaced and new brakes. We dropped it off in the evening and the next day she was called to pick it up at about 10 a.m. These guys are FAST! Did I say they were FAST?!

Love them, recommend them HIGHLY!”

- Johnson D., Seattle, WA | Courtesy of Yelp.com

I took my Civic here after moving to the neighborhood, squeaky brakes and all. They set you up on the phone, give you the drop-off instructions, ask a couple questions, fine. I liked how the guy was businesslike and friendly enough. When I went to pick up, we had some appropriate small talk. There was no funny business with the price or other services that popped up, so that was good.

I immediately noticed the difference in my brakes. Yup, definitely new pads. And then the next day, *squeeeeeeek*. I called, and the guy told me to bring it right in and they would test it. Great. I go to pick it up after the test only to have him say that he couldn't hear it. (But they took a look anyway and found them "perfect.") What? So I drove it around, and couldn't hear it either. Ug. A couple days later, there it was again. Now, the guy said when I picked the car up: "If you hear it again, just come by and pull one of us into the car." I thought about that. I also thought about the fact that the squeak is occasional and very faint. I have really good ears. I know that when ears have been working in a loud environment for many years, they lose their ability to hear fine sounds. Okay. Slack cut, and four stars given, gladly.

- Jen S., Seattle, WA | Courtesy of Yelp.com

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This sample from a relatively decent model illustrates a few common mistakes. For example, the model opens a \begin{proof} environment but then ends it with a \end{lemma} . This is an example of a problem we’d have to fix manually, and is likely due to the fact that the dependency is too long-term: By the time the model is done with the proof it has forgotten whether it was doing a proof or a lemma. Similarly, it opens an \begin{enumerate} but then forgets to close it. We observed that these became less common with larger/better models, but nonetheless, these are the kinds of mistakes that come up.

I wanted to push structured data to its limit, so for the final challenge I decided to use code. In particular, I took all the source and header files found in the Linux repo on Github , concatenated all of them in a single giant file (474MB of C code) (I was originally going to train only on the kernel but that by itself is only ~16MB). Then I trained several as-large-as-fits-on-my-GPU 3-layer LSTMs over a period of a few days. These models have about 10 million parameters, which is still on the lower end for RNN models. The results are superfun:

The code looks really quite great overall. Of course, I don’t think it compiles but when you scroll through the generate code it feels very much like a giant C code base. Notice that the RNN peppers its code with comments here and there at random. It is also very good at making very few syntactic errors. For example, it uses strings properly, pointer notation, etc. It also opens and closes brackets {[ correctly and learns to indent its code very well. A common error is that it can’t keep track of variable names: It often uses undefined variables (e.g. rw above), declares variables it never uses (e.g. int error ), or returns non-existing variables. Lets see a few more examples. Here’s another snippet that shows a wider array of operations that the RNN learns:

Notice that in the second function the model compares tty == tty , which is vacuously true. On the other hand, at least the variable tty exists in the scope this time! In the last function, notice that the code does not return anything, which happens to be correct since the function signature is void . However, the first two functions were also declared void and did return values. This is again a form of a common mistake due to long-term interactions.

Sometimes the model decides that it’s time to sample a new file. This is usually a very amusing part: The model first recites the GNU license character by character, samples a few includes, generates some macros and then dives into the code:

There are too many fun parts to cover- I could probably write an entire blog post on just this part. I’ll cut it short for now, but here is 1MB of sampled Linux code for your viewing pleasure.

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