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|Timing Belts||Tire Sales/Repair||Transmission Repair|
|Car Delivery||Car Pickup/Dropoff||Child Friendly||Early Bird Dropoff|
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Customer Reviews (2 reviews)2 Sort by: Helpful |
After further review, the repairs on my vehicle were not complete and a part of the emissions system was missing. My calls assured my part would be found. I found multiple vacuum lines left unattached. (This could be why "carb problems" was written on my receipt) I reattached them where they belonged. My first attempt to visit the garage ended half way up the mountain when the vehicle overheated. After letting the engine cool, I filled it up with creek water. I drove back home only to discover multiple leaks in my cooling system. The main reason for the leak was an improperly tightened lower radiator hose to the water pump. I found and fixed all the coolant leaks myself.
This morning, I went to the garage to retrieve the missing part. I was told by the mechanic this part was rusted out. I know for a fact it was not as I had just changed all the vacuum lines just a 2 months prior and I had to reattach this part to hold down an emissions part. I would recommend that people go elsewhere if they want the work done properly.