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Aggieland Automotive

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Aggieland Automotive
69 Verified Reviews
Aggieland Automotive
69 Verified Reviews
(979) 316-2007
107 Brentwood Dr East
College Station, TX 77840 USA
Hours
07:30
18:00
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07:30
18:00
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07:30
18:00
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07:30
18:00
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07:30
18:00
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08:00
15:00
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Closed
M-F
7:30am to 6:00pm
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8:00am to 3:00pm
Auto Repair Experience
  • Kirk Holland, Owner
  • Established 2000
  • 5 Auto Repair Mechanics on Staff
  • 5 ASE Certified Auto Technicians
  • 59 Years of Car Repair Experience

Aggieland Automotive Reviews
(67 Ratings)
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Displaying 1 - 5 of 67 reviews
07/23/18

Aggie Automotive is the only place I take my vehicle for any kind of repair. They are fast, reliable, and very fair.

07/16/18

Outstanding service.

07/02/18

Aggieland has been my 'Go to shop' for my vehicle repairs and diagnostics...They are honest, trustworthy, and thorough!!!

06/21/18

This was a repair for my child who is in college at A&M, so I wasn't directly involved. I will say that when I did call in (cause you know us parents get the fun part of paying for the repairs lol) they explained to me what parts they were purchasing and why, the cost, and approximate time of completion. I appreciate a business that doesn't take advantage of a college kid away from home, but gives them and their parents a place they feel comfortable going to. This was not the first time we used your company and both times we have had a good experience.

05/10/18

Always dependable and competent. Fair price.

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Customer Amenities
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Aggieland Automotive is outfitted with state of the art, dealer level scan tools and equipment that their skilled technicians put to use by successfully diagnosing the most complicated automotive repair problems. In order to stay current with the latest technology, these experienced technicians attend numerous training classes each year. In addition, most of the staff are ASE certified and the shop has been recognized with the ASE Blue Seal of Excellence. For those in the College Station area, this family owned and operated certified shop is ready to take care of all your service and repair needs.


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Message From the Shop

Welcome to Aggieland Automotive, proudly providing expert auto and light truck repair, and maintenance services to customers of the College Station area. Our certified technicians are here to provide you with the highest level of automotive service.
We begin by offering a host of FREE services, including on-line auto maintenance schedules for your car or light truck, followed up with friendly reminders that let you know when your car is due for service. It has never been easier or more convenient to keep your car or truck in top shape.
We also take the time to explain every job, and always provide you with an estimate in advance. You can be rest assured that our technicians have been trained to repair your vehicle — no matter what the age — the first time and to always use the right part for your car.
Our friendly staff invites you to schedule an appointment for your next scheduled maintenance or repair.

Specialities
  • AC/Heating
  • Alignment
  • Check Engine Light
  • Diagnosis
  • Hybrid/Electric
  • Muffler & Exhaust
  • Oil Change & Lube
  • Scheduled Maintenance
  • Service & Repair
  • Timing Belts
  • Tire Sales/Repair
  • Transmission Repair
  • Upholstery
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Amenities
  • AAA Member Discount
  • Child Friendly
  • Coffee
  • Early Bird Dropoff
  • Extended/Evening Hours
  • Financing
  • Heated Waiting Room
  • Open Saturday
  • Parts/Accessories
  • Service Guarantee
  • Shopping Nearby
  • Shuttle
  • Towing
  • Warranty Accepted
  • Wireless Internet
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Makes We Serve
  • Acura
  • Audi
  • BMW
  • Buick
  • Cadillac
  • Chevrolet
  • Chrysler
  • Dodge
  • FIAT
  • Ford
  • GMC
  • Geo
  • Honda
  • Hummer
  • Hyundai
  • Infiniti
  • Isuzu
  • Jeep
  • Kia
  • Lexus
  • Lincoln
  • Mazda
  • Mercedes-Benz
  • Mercury
  • Mini
  • Nissan
  • Oldsmobile
  • Plymouth
  • Pontiac
  • Ram
  • Saturn
  • Scion
  • Subaru
  • Suzuki
  • Toyota
  • Volkswagen
  • Volvo
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Affiliations
  • NAPA
  • iATN
Questions Answered by Aggieland Automotive
D4 green light flashes
Hello,

The d4 light flashing is the warning light for the transmission .
The warning light along with the speedometer not working usally indicates that the vehicle speed sensor is not working .
The speed sensor is located on the top of the transmission and mounts on vertically .

I have 2004 Chrysler Town and Country with...
Ed,

The seat belt buckle switch can be tested using an ohm meter. Disconnected the switch and measure the circuit. If it shows open then the seat belt buckle will need to replace. You can verify this with a 2.5 ohm resister installed in place of the seat belt buckle.
If the buckle does not test open you can use the same resister to test the air bag control module by installing the resister in line at the air bag module connector. As always following the safety guidelines for disarming the air bag system first
The heater will not heat while running aro...
If the coolant is full there could be a blockage. The coolant runs from the water pump through a steel pipe the into the heater core. The steel pipe can rust inside and become clogged. The heater core it self can also be clogged. As the engine rpms increase so does the flow. Let me know if I can be of help
could P0386 cause battery to drain overnit...
This code has to do with replacement of the crankshaft sensors.

Refer to gm TSB #02-06-04-019 for more diagnostic information.
have replaced cat, o2 sensors, plugs, wire...
Incorrect oil weight can cause the lifters/lash adjusters to intermittently over-extend resulting in the valves holding open and causing a loss of cylinder compression.
Change engine oil and reassess the condition. Install the recommended oil weight (5W-30).
I HAVE AIR IN MY COOLANT SYSTEM.
HOW CAN ...
Hello,
Fill cooling system, then start engine & operate at 2000 RPM for approximately 3 minutes.
Allow engine to idle until lower radiator hose becomes hot.
Allow engine to cool down & repeat procedure as needed.
right rear door power lock inop new accuat...
If all of the other door locks are working properly, we can assume that the switch input to the Instrument Cluster (IPC) is good. The IPC controls the door locks on this vehicle. Connect a test light to the 2 wires at the door lock actuator and operate the locks, if the test lamp flashes the door lock actuator is faulty.

If the test lamp did not flash at the actuator, access the IPC electrical connectors and perform the same test on Connector 1 pins 12 & 15. If light still does not flash, likely IPC failure.

If test lamp flashes at IPC but not at actuator, there is a wiring problem between the IPC and the actuator.

The most common place for the wiring to fail would be inside the rubber protective boot that covers the harness from the door to the body of the truck
How do you remove the housing to replace t...
Hello,
The lenses cover & the lenses housing snap in to place. There are plastic tabs on the sides of each.
Directions: Remove the license plate light housing, and disconnect the 2P connector from the light. Remove the lens from the light, and then replace the bulb. Install the light in the reverse order of removal.
WHEN I TURN THE CLIMATE CONTROL TO DIRECT ...
Hello,
This vehicle uses electrical actuators to move the internal doors of the heater and ac (hvac) unit. There is an actuator for hot & cold; there is one for recirculation or outside air and another actuator that controls were the air comes out. This one is called the mode door actuator. The mode actuator or the hvac control head could be causing the issue. The mode door actuator is usually a less expensive part than the temperature actuator but can require more labor time to replace. Both can be check using a gm computer tool called the Tech2. We have this tool and would be glad to check it for you.

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