Precision Tune Auto Care - 055-17

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Precision Tune Auto Care - 055-17
325 Verified Reviews
Precision Tune Auto Care - 055-17
325 Verified Reviews
(919) 634-6046
3405 Rogers Road
Wake Forest, NC 27587 USA
8:00am to 6:00pm
8:00am to 5:00pm
Auto Repair Experience
  • Al Pinyard, Manager
  • Established 2010
  • 2 Auto Repair Mechanics on Staff
  • 60 Years of Car Repair Experience

Precision Tune Auto Care - 055-17 Reviews
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Excellent service. Will return.


I was quoted one number to fix a check engine light and when the job was done, the expense was about 50% higher than what I was quoted. When I called to voice my displeasure, I spoke to 3 people. One the person who quoted me, two the shop manager and finally third the store manager. Both managers acknowledged that I was overcharged and the store manager promised a call back to correct the situation. That call never came and here we are almost a week later with no call. I suppose my business was not worth keeping as I will look to take all our family cars to another shop. Needless to say that I was very disappointed at the response of getting my situation corrected.


Most of the time they do a great job. The last time they were suppose to fix an oil leak but still leaking


I always enjoy going to Precision Tune - They have such low Oil Change prices for such quality work and the itemized list of needs is awesome too!


Everyone was very friendly.

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The Rogers Road location of Precision Tune Auto Care was established in 2010 and has been providing Wake Forest and the surrounding area with quality automotive repairs ever since. This RepairPal Certified shop features a team with an excellent mix of experience and ongoing training 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 tires and wheel alignment, to check engine light diagnosis and repairs, as well as your scheduled maintenance needs. This work is backed by a 24-month / 24,000-mile warranty for your peace of mind. Our survey of their recent customers revealed a group who describe the team here as “prompt”, “friendly”, “professional”, “helpful”, and “honest”. Loaner cars, early bird drop-off, Saturday business hours, and a waiting area with wireless Internet are also available for your convenience.

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For over 35 years, Precision Tune Auto Care has offered value and convenience, providing professional car care and repair backed up by a best-in-class nationwide warranty. We know your time is valuable and convenience is important. That is why no appointment is necessary and most of our services can be completed while you wait. From factory scheduled maintenance to major repairs for autos, SUVs, Minivans and Hybrids, count on us for complete car care bumper to bumper. We love being part of your community. Visit one of our modern, comfortable facilities where our certified technicians will help keep your vehicle safe and reliable on the road. Convenient, affordable, dependable, We are car experts, Tuned In To You.

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Questions Answered by Precision Tune Auto Care - 055-17
When driving I was making a right turn an...
Hard to nail that one down just hearing the issue. I'd have it towd to a shop and have them inspect the driveshafts/CV axles its possible one may be loose and slipping on the turns. Just guessing. Is there a fluid leak (red) trans fluid? Do tow it just incase, and i hope this helps. Post what fixed it. The axles were more than likley removed and reinstalled when the engine was replaced.
1. Added more coolant R134a to 2007 Ford E...
It sounds like you had FREON for your A/C system put in and your having a COOLANT/ANTIFREEZE issue if the vehicle itself is running hot. Your A/C system will also not work if your vehicle is overheating. The "stumble" feeling may be the car bucking from the overheat. Agree with Dave don't guess you may actually be hurting the engine. Overheating can cause costly repairs. Have it looked at. May not want to drive it depending on how quickly it overheats. Hope this saves you some dough.
While the car is idle it blows hot air the...
Agree possible cooling fan issue. Could be fan, control module, relay, or just a fuse. Could also be low freon or a weak compressor. With repairs on your problem being 20 to 800 dollars I'd reccomend a diagnostic to be sure. Most shops can do this work. A/C diagnostics are usually cheaper than regular diagnostics and you could be looking at a 20 30 dollar relay.
I have just bought Audi a3 recently. I not...
Have a shop check the oil pressure switch via the computer and perform a visual inspection if possible for leaks. It is typical of the sensor to send an off reading if leaking. If the vehicle is actually driving poorly I would advise diagnostics including a live oil pressure test to make sure everything inside the engine is working properly. Good luck to you. Hope this helps.
In January of 2016 I had the IMA battery r...
I would take the vehicle to a shop for diagnostics before buying a transmission! Figure transmission internals are either broken (all the time cause its broke) or not broken, not ususally going to fix itself and drive fine for months and months. Sensors and Solenoids could fail intermittantly and maybe the transmission doesent know it's supposed to be in drive or a specific gear. Without looking at the car I'd be thinking neutral safety switch or something of that nature. Most shops should be able to monitor the computer to see if those parts are at fault. Go somewhere good avoid the "$Cha Ching$" look in peoples eyes when you say theres a trans issue. Diagnostic is even cheaper than a transmission flush. Good luck to you. Post what fixed it.
We just replaced the water pump and after ...
I would either take the vehicle to a trusted mechanic for diagnostic. Spending any more money just replacing random parts is not the answer. You are now a crank sensor and an ignition control module into a water pump job and it still does not run. Finding an answer from mechanics without being able to look at or test anything will have you running in circles. I still think you have a security issue. But that being said I have no way to prove it or test it. Diagnostics run around 100.00 at most shops. A Mobile Locksmith with a computer to relearn/reprogram keys is around 100.00 if your shop can't. I would try one of those two options before buying any more parts. Sorry this isn't that helpful for the do it you self kinda guy with much respect for trying, but if you cant relearn the security or get into the PCM to pull a fault code you will be out more money without resolution. Good luck and keep posting. I want to know what fixes this car now lol. I'll keep answering questions to the best of my knowledge.
We just replaced the water pump and after ...
If you have checked the sensors already. Is there a chipped key or is the security lamp flashing. It may be the security system keeping it from firing.
rebuilt engine guts all new rings bearings...
Tough to make out what the actual problem is by the description. I'd be looking into a possible distributor issue. May not be much help but that's where i'd be looking even if it's new or newer.
Noise and clicking when turned on but it s...
Sounds like there could be a compressor issue. 2015 Depending on the mileage I would check with the dealership for warranty repair or at least the diagnostic if not covered for a baseline price tag before shopping around.

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