LK's Auto Repair
5921 State Hwy 303 NE #100, Bremerton, WA 98311 Map & directions
Call Now: (360) 338-6667
“Service scheduling has been prompt, needed repairs have been explained well, repairs have taken care of the...”
“the work was completed and checks made to ensure that all my concerns where answered.”
“Repair was done right and on time and budget.”
“They have ALWAYS completed any service I've requested with a full report of the findings, short if any wait...”
“They always do a professional job. They let me know what needs to be repaired and why.”
“They only repair what you need and the prices are highly competitive.”
“I have had routine maintenance and one emergency repair done at LK. Each time I was treated with respect and...”
“Excellent service and very courteous personnel. Very professional at what they do.”
“I was extremely impressed with the friendliness and personal service provided by the "front line" personnel.”
RepairPal’s Comprehensive Evaluation
LK's Automotive caught the attention of our certification team by requiring it's staff to attend at least 30 hours of ongoing training a year. The automotive industry is one of constantly changing technology, requiring this kind of commitment. Keith Knowlton, the owner, established LK's in 1994 with the goal of becoming one the best automotive repair facilities around and our certification team found this shop continues to achieve this goal. An investment has been made in some of the industries best automotive tools and computer diagnostic equipment available, they can handle anything from wheel alignment to complex computer diagnostic problems. For your peace of mind they back their work with a 36-month/36,000-mile warranty.
Message from the Shop
Family owned and operated
3 year 36,000 mile limited warranty
NAPA Autocare center since 1997
Continuous Technician training
State of the art Equipment
Ford Diesel 6.0 specialist
Auto Makes We Service
|AC/Heating||Alignment||Check Engine Light||Classic Car Repair/Restoration|
|Diagnosis||Hybrid/Electric||Mobile Repair||Muffler & Exhaust|
|Oil Change & Lube||Roadside Assistance||Scheduled Maintenance||Service & Repair|
|Smog/Emissions Testing||Timing Belts||Tire Sales/Repair||Transmission Repair|
|AAA Member Discount||Car Delivery||Car Pickup/Dropoff||Child Friendly|
|Coffee||Early Bird Dropoff||Financing||Free Estimates|
|Free Inspection||Gas/Diesel||Heated Waiting Room||Military Discount|
|Parts/Accessories||Rental Car||Senior Discount||Service Guarantee|
|Shuttle||Towing||Warranty Accepted||Wireless Internet|
Customer Reviews (21 reviews)21 Sort by: Helpful |
Initially I took my car to this shop to redeem a coupon for an oil change. I was greeted by a very friendly man named Karl. It turned out that an oil change wasn't necessary yet, based on the mileage sticker placed on the windshield by the last shop that changed the oil. Karl then offered a "check up report card" for about the same price, where a mechanic did an overall review of the systems, topped off all the fluids, etc. Afterwards, Karl told me that the checkup revealed that the brake line was leaking quite a bit and that the brakes would fail without warning if not repaired soon. Also, my battery needed to be replaced since it was not charging and it too would fail soon. There were other things that were slightly less urgent but required attention very soon. All in all, the repairs would cost over $1500.00. I explained that I was on disability and couldn't afford the repairs. I wondered later if I should have requested to see the brake fluid leaking, the worn pads, battery test, bad wires, etc., but I didn't. It would have been helpful if LK's Auto Repair would have offered to show me and also some sort of payment plan so that I could have tried to take care of the battery, then the brakes, then the other things. Since I am unable to travel to other repair places for other opinions, I have decided to try and sell my car as is and take advantage of the door-to-door public transit system in my city. After driving for 45 years, it's a very hard decision to make, but I realize that owning an older vehicle (2001) with all the expenses that go with it (repairs, insurance, gas), is hardly something that is possible on Social Security. I do rate the friendliness of LK's 5 stars!!
The shop went out of its way to make sure I had my car done on time, even when other projects needed to be done before it. They spent the overtime needed to do the job right. The mechanic voluntered to came in early to finish my car. He didn't have to do that. The work has always been done professionally. I feel I can trust their work and their judgement.
I have had routine maintenance and one emergency repair done at LK. Each time I was treated with respect and believe the work was done correctly at a fair price. Finding a good garage is like finding a good dentist, one that can diagnose and fix the problem without doing a whole lot of unnecessary work.
Took my truck in and requested the 10k mile service synthetic service. Overheard Rick get mad at a co-worker when the co-worker told him that they didn't have that type of oil for my truck. Got overcharged for service and not having the right type of oil. Truck even had the light show up in the dash saying needs oil change after 500 miles of service after so called service was done. Inspected the oil and it was already dark as heck. I wonder if even the oil change was done to it now. Not a good type of business when it comes down to it.