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Fast service and done right..

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4.5

Great, fair, and honest service.

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After calling more than 10 automotive shops, they were the only ones willing to do a same day pre-purchase inspection on my vehicle. Staff is polite, professional and courtesy as well as honest. They told me exactly what my car needed and didn't try to uncharge me with unneeded repairs. I will definitely be back to have them complete the necessary repairs my vehicle needs. If you need an honest local shop to do quality work on your vehicle, I wouldn't recommend any other.

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Noe was very knowledgeable in the work that needed to be done on my 2011 Toyota Corolla. He contacted me the same day I dropped off my car to let me know the reason the engine light turned on. He had it ready to go the next day early morning. It runs great! Thanks ASAP for your quick service.

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Had my vehicle towed in because I had changed the fuel pump and then right after that it wouldn't start. I told them before they looked at it that the wiring for the fuel pump could be wrong since it didn't come with a wiring diagram but regardless of the fuel pump there was another issue that we needed to figure out. The first red flag should have been that after having my vehicle for an entire day they called at 4 PM to tell me I would need to come pay them $165 up-front for the first hour of labor to diagnose the issue because they couldn't take payment over the phone, nor could I use an out of state card to pay with. So had to pay for an Uber both ways. They said they would get to it in the morning since it was already after 4. . . Didn't hear back from them until after 3pm the next day. They told me my fuel pump was bad and it would be $1161 to fix it that included 3 hours of labor. Now I already told him there was a fuel pump issue but it was the wiring I know the part itself is $183 that's a lot of Labor. Long story short I went back and got my vehicle had it towed to my house found that they had finished the wiring to the fuel pump but they did it incorrectly so once I rewired the fuel pump the correct way and bought a new throttle body for 200 bucks. I am now driving my vehicle with the "bad fuel pump" that was going to cost me $1161 to fix. So I'm out the $165 for the diagnostic of what I already knew was wrong bit at least I'm not out almost $1200 I would think that if you charge $165/hr for labor you should know how to wire a fuel pump. But that's just my opinion

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