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  • A
    Rapid Lube and Service
    i went in for an oil change and the service was fast and friendly. The prices were lower then the dealers and they use good quality brands. i plan on coming here in the future for my car service needs. Company is locally own and i would give them a try for your auto service needs...
    - Mattew L.
  • A
    Schierl Tire & Service Center
    The tire rods and brake pad service went well. Their service is just great. They've even lent us a vehicle for a week when we were waiting for a part to come in! They've also offered to shuttle me to my home, but I just decided to wait. They also let you use coupons, and their price is competitive with other auto shops.
    - Deanna M.
  • A
    Schierl Tire & Service Center
    I've been using their services for a few years now.  The staff is friendly and professional, the price is competitive, and the jobs are done without any issues.  I would recommend them to others.
    - James K.
  • F
    Jeff's Radiator & Auto Parts
    Dropped car off with weak electric in tank fuel pump. After original repair was informed it had a vacuum leak. I asked if the car had been checked for engine compression, no firm answer was rendered.  Next thing I knew the cylinder head was off and being prepped for a trip to the local machine shop. I looked at the head to check valves and valve spring tension. I really saw nothing wrong.  However the business owner (BTW this business is AKA Grays Service, the original owner sold out a few years ago). sent the head to the machine shop for about 150 dollars of un needed work



    Cutting to the chase, the head came back from the machine shop and was assembled. I picked the car up running just slightly better than when dropped for service. Engine check light came on 1 mile from shop. Unneeded used part was installed in the EGR control system.  I found two cracked vacuum lines, and reinstalled the original EGR control system part,  and replaced the TPS and my car ran great.



    Bottom line up front, poor at best troubleshooting skills. Unnecessary disassembly procedures, excessive wait time, and final insult a repair bill of almost 1300 dollars. You may want to consider ANY OTHER shop for repairs before stopping here.
    - Will M.
  • B
    RAPIDS FORD LINCOLN
    It went okay, I'm not sure that I would go there again. I always feel like the dealership is trying to sell me a different car when I take mine in to be serviced. They did the brake job and it stayed within budget, however it took awhile for them to get us scheduled in. I'm not a fan of having work done at the dealership, like I said, I feel like they have ulterior motives.
    - sarah w.
  • B
    STEVENS AUTOMOTIVE
    The AC in my van quit blowing cold on the hottest day of the year. We looked in the phone book and decided to try Stevens's Automotive, based on his ad, and it stated that his AC work is guaranteed for 1 year. We called and he was able to get us in the next day. He looked over the AC unit and was able to tell that the AC condenser was leaking, had to be replaced. My husband knows enough to tell that this was legit. He stayed within his estimate and the van was done when he said it would be. I would use him again.
    - sarah w.
  • B
    RAPIDS FORD LINCOLN
    The provider did the job as quoted, it was done on time. I am not sure that I would go there again, as I prefer not to have work done by the dealer. I always feel like they are trying to sell me a different vehicle when I go there.
    - sarah w.
  • F
    Gray's Service LLC
    Car was dropped off the 9th of September for fuel pump/strainer replacement. Was told later there was a problem with the cars engine performance, and that they could work it in for diagnostics/repairs if needed. Nothing was done until the next day, and then was told they used a vacuum gauge and found a leak, and that they would have to go into the engine to see if valve damage was present. Asked if they had done a compression test, didn't get an answer. Explained the car had backfired a few times bringing it in for repairs. Thought the problem was more valve timing issue than internal engine problem, (I am a master certified DOT heavy equipment mechanic, trained as a senior diagnostic/master mechanic by the US Army).



      This idea fell on deaf ears and the head was removed. I looked at the cylinder head and saw no obvious valve or valve seat damage and no weak/broken valve springs. I went along with the idea to prove my point and helped service people pull the valves to check the springs. Nothing was obviously damaged or broken. Service personnel sent head to the local machine shop were the guides were replaced. I will mention now that the car neither burned oil or had overheated prior to this maintenance visit.



      So head work needed or un-needed was performed and engine was reassembled. When I picked it up after repairs service personnel explained to me it ran better, but I had to ease into it to accelerate. But they had installed a junkyard part that may or may not be the right one for the car, and it was running okay..just ease into accelerating and all would be well. Driving home the check engine light came on doing 25mph.



      Tonight I fixed the problems that were causing rough idling and bucking issues. Had a broken vacuum hose on the intake system at the idle air control valve, and a faulty throttle position sensor. 



      If I would have fixed the engine performance issues myself I would have saved at least 750 dollars, vacuum hose would be 3 dollars a foot at the parts store, the used throttle position sensor ran me 35 dollars. Even at 320 dollars for the fuel pump and strainer installation, and maybe 2 hours labor at 100 dollars an hour to install the sensor and hose and figuring 150 for a rebuilt sensor the job should have maybe run 750 total, not the 1300 dollars charged.



      But I didn't have the time to do the repairs (fuel pump) so trusted a garage to do the repairs. This is what I ended up with, probable improper/un-needed repairs, and a high price tag too boot.
    - Will M.
  • B
    Matthews Tire Center
    I use Matthews Tire Center for tires and basic auto services. When I went in for my last service they were running behind because they were short one lift but they managed to get my vehicle service completed. It would have been nice if they would have called ahead of time alerting me to this instead of having me wait longer at the shop.
    - Nick N.
  • A
    Eagle Automotive
    This shop is very professional in all the dealings that I have had with them. The owner Rich is very clear and concise with all the repairs that need to be done and will also recommend scheduled maintenance services to keep your car running in top shape.


    - Nick N.
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