Mountain Home Car Care Center was established in 1997 and has been providing the community with quality automotive repairs ever since. This RepairPal Certified shop features a team of very experienced, highly trained technicians who are equipped with the tools and diagnostic equipment necessary to perform a wide range of repairs. These repairs can range from minor and major mechanical repairs, to check engine light and computer diagnosis and repairs, as well as your scheduled maintenance needs. This work is backed by a 12-month / 12,000-mile warranty for your peace of mind. Our survey of their recent customers revealed a group who describe the team here as: “courteous”, “helpful”, “professional”, “honest”, and “wonderful”. A local shuttle service and early bird drop off are also available for your convenience.
Mountain Home Car Care Center
Mountain Home, ID 83647 USA
Auto Repair Experience
- David Kellerman, Owner
- Established 1997
- 3 Auto Repair Mechanics on Staff
- 39 Years of Car Repair Experience
- Check Engine Light
- Muffler & Exhaust
- Oil Change & Lube
- Scheduled Maintenance
- Service & Repair
- Timing Belts
- Early Bird Dropoff
- Service Guarantee
Makes We Serve
- Land Rover
Very professional, very honest, very informative, and hard working.
I can get my car in very quickly. They always get the job done right the first time.
Good customer service.
Customer service did what I needed them to do and got the job done efficiently.
They are very nice. They are honest. They are not out to take money from you.
It was good. They were very informative and knew what they were doing.
It was wonderful service.
It was great. I had no problems. I don't have to question anything they do. I have been going there for a couple of years and I will keep going there because I am happy with their work.
I think they did a good job.
It was excellent service. They are my mechanic and they have been for 5 or 6 years.
It was good. I had a problem with my car and I got it fixed there. It was really good. It is still running.
We have always been pleased with them. They stand behind their work and we appreciate that.
They were quick. They were right around the corner. They did what they had to do. It was simple. It was an oil change and an inspection.
They were very thorough and communicated what was going on with my car and what needed to be done.
My last experience was average. They recommended that I do something to my car that was a lot more than what it would take to fix my car. They are nice.
I needed help making sure my car was good to go for a road trip and they were able to get it done in a few minutes. It was really helpful.
Good customer service.
It was alright but it was really expensive.
Kind, courteous, and very helpful.
Always courteous and honest - I never feel like they are trying to rip me off.
My engine replacement was accomplished quickly and efficiently.
Helpful shop manager!
Dave, Cory and company, Actually, I've had my 2001 Chevy Lumina in your shop twice this winter to remedy an inadequate heat output problem with the vehicle. During the first appointment the water pump was discovered to be leaking so was changed. Although unrelated, the serpentine belt was discovered to be worn so was also replaced. The heat output was not improved. The second time I brought the vehicle in the thermostat was changed. Again no improvement in the heat output of the vehicle. It gets just warm, but not comfortable or anywhere near toasty. If I'm tight on time to get to work or an appointment and the windshields of my cars are frosty, I always take another vehicle instead of the Lumina because it takes way longer to thaw out. I have a semi-dumb stock factor temperature gauge which maxes out at 260 degrees. Even when the vehicle has clearly been running more than long enough to be fully warmed up, the gauge never gets close to reflecting a mid-scale indication. I approximate it is registering about 120 degrees. That seems wrong as all my other vehicles provide more heat than I can stand after warming up. Is the gauge reflecting engine temperature or the temperature of the water making it to the heater core? I'm pretty sure most cars are designed to run with engine temperatures of 185-210 degrees, right? Well anyway, I checked blogs on line and found that the Lumina 3100 series, even back in the 90s is known to have this problem. I viewed a customer video who troubleshot this problem on his 1997 Lumina changing everything in the system including the water pump, the thermostat, heater resistor under the passenger side dash, hoses, heater control knobs on the instrument panel and. He finally solved the problem by opening two nipples/plugs on each top side of the engine and bleeding the cooling system which was full of air. He got the car up to operating temperature, took off the radiator cap, ensured the radiator was full of coolant, and while the car was running, bubbles stopped coming out of the cooling system. The fluid never came out in a perfect stream (totally without bubbles) but when the heater started putting out "hot air" he just tightened the plugs and boom-- problem fixed. What do you think?
Whatever they did, they did not fix the problems with the car. We have to take our car back to be seen again so they can fix the problem.
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