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  • A
    Myers Automotive is hands down the best car repair shop in the Howell area. They are honest and have lower prices compared to other shops in the area. For example, they charged $260 to repair my rear brakes for the same job that Mazur's Total Automotive estimated over $1000 to fix (what a joke!). I made the mistake of trying Mazur's after receiving a 10% off coupon in the mail. Beware of Mazur's and stick to the best in the area: Myers Automotive!!
    - Brian M.
  • A
    We own two chevrolets.  For the first year we get free oil changes and tire rotations.  The service department has always been good.  I schedule an appointment prior to visiting. Their prices tend to be a little higher because they are a dealership. The only thing that pops in my head for improvements are better coffee.
    - GEORGE W.
  • D
    Everything seemed to go ok at first. They originally diagnoised the issue as a failed master cylinder and replaced that and then when it didn't fix the issue they replaced the abs pump which seemed at first to fix the issue. Then the problem started. If the car needed the ABS it would engage until the car speed dropped to 5 mph and then it would click off and you could drive again. So we took it back to them and they stated they would replace the part under warranty (This was after a day of them not being able to replicate the issue until I should them exactly what I had told them in the first place). So they replace the part and tested it with the same issue occurring. They told me they had no idea what the problem was but they didn't think it could have been from them since they had replaced the part twice. So I took it to Fowlerville Ford (great service by the way) and they diagnosed the issue in an hour. When this shop was replacing the ABS pump they switch the brake lines on it and what was even worse was on the newest part they put in they cross threaded the line in so when the dealer took the part out the threads came out with it. I called them to see if they would give me the original replacement part back and they said they would. At that time I also told them what the dealership told me about them screwing up the brake lines and they didn't even offer to pay for any of the dealership chargers that we were about to incur because they screwed up the install on the part. Needless to say we took the original replacement part to the dealer and he had it fixed in 2 hours. This shop also had the audacity of telling my wife, after I had already explain the real cause of the issue, that they had no idea what the issue could be caused by and that it would take an "exorcism" to fix our car. Now I'm out an additional $350 bucks for a mistake that this shop made in the first place. Avoid them. Roy's is right by them and we have had good work done by them in the past and Fowlerville Ford is another great place if you want to go to a dealer.
    - Adam D.
  • A

    They took the truck in on 12/24/14 and were able to diagnose all of the problems and replace the spark plugs during that half day of work.  They called me on the morning of 12/26/14 and said they could definitely get the parts to replace the blower motor today and might be able to get the ABS harness, but probably not finish the repair.  They called me at 4:30 that day and said all of the repairs were done.  They let me pay over the phone so I didn't have interrupt a family gathering and pick up the truck after they had closed.

    Also, the price for the spark plug change was $20.00 less than my dealership quoted and $75.00 less than a well-known reputable local auto repair shop quoted.


    - David L.
  • A
    My car is a 2005 BMW 5-series. When i took it to the dealer for an alignment, the dealer's base alignment was 150$. While in there, they claimed a rusted bolt was going to add about 600$ onto the price of the alignment. Diamond brake got my car in spec (they provided the alignment printout) without needing to replace anything.
    I was allowed to use my home-built BMW diagnostic computer to verify the alignment was aligned with the steering module's (BMW Active Steering) sensors, so the stability control error i had was cleared from the computers. The guys at Diamond Brake didn't have the special software needed to monitor the sensors, but they worked with me to get it done right.
    The only complaint i have is that it appears they may have torn a tie-rod end boot during alignment. I had checked the tie-rods just before going in, and all was well (no loose ends or torn boots), but during an oil change later that week, i noticed one boot was cut, apparently from a tool pressed against the edge of the boot. It may have happened in that week driving it, but i doubt that.
    Given the price, and the willingness to work with me, i have no complaints on the service, overall. I'll be going back to them again in the future.
    - Jeremy B.
  • A
    I found a nail protruding from the side-wall of my tire. I purchased these tires from Spirit Automotive in January, so to have one damaged 3 months later, was annoying. And, it wasn't covered under warranty. But, Spirit provided me prompt, same day service, and installed the new tire, rotated my tires, and provided a shuttle to/from my residence.
    - Rob S.
  • A
    They gave me an honest assesment and told me that I didn't need to have any work done, which I appreciated. They have a pleasant waiting room and it is not intimidating for women. I have never had any problems with their work, but if I did I am confident that they would correct it for free.
    - Linda B.
  • D
    I am new to town and it's hard to find a trustworthy auto repair shop. I came to Angies list because of this and I don't feel I found that trustworthy shop yet. Every time I talked to the shop more things seemed to be wrong and the price went from $600 to $1500. That's ok as long as these things needed to be done. (not sure), but the kicker was that my gas gauge didn't work once I got it back and the service light is still on. The shop made lots of excuses that it wasn't their fault but all I know is that I spent $1,500 dollars, was a new customer in which I was trying to find a reputable repair shop and I had something wrong with my car that wasn't wrong with it before I brought it in. I'll keep looking for someone I can trust and won't make excuses but believes and values the customer.
    - Jeff J.
  • A
    We have taken several of our vehicles to Kovach's and on more than one occasion they have inspected and checked for a complaint and did not charge when no problem was found. SO, when we knew we needed work done on an aging vehicle, we knew we had to take it to Kovach's. They are deliver what they promise and WHEN they promise, which is most important when you are waiting on your and quot;rideand quot; to be repaired. Honest, Dependable---two words you always want to hear about your auto repairman.
    - Cathy P.
  • A
    Had to wait for the parts to come in as the Toyota 4-Runner is 14 years old.
    Once the parts came in, they were installed the next day. The vehicle was made road worthy while we waited for the parts.
    - Randall M.
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