Fair prices. But while they were fixing the wiring for my fog lights they crushed up the mesh part of my 1 day old K&N filter and did not even mention it to me. Should have looked under the hood right away I guess. I managed to make it look semi decent, but you can still see the damage done. Also there is a cracked hole in my new fog light, that may have been a rock in the road and it also could have been the same person who smashed the filter, not sure. Doubt I'll take my VW there like I talked about to the guy at the register now. I wanted to like this place too, since it was highly recommended by my uncle.
Posted: 6/03/2013 • Link to this review
I have been a customer of this business for more than twenty years. The first time was when I had a a grounded gas cap switch which was buried behind the glove box and was draining the battery. I took two days to find the problem and thirty minutes to fix. I was only charged the thirty minute time and about eight dollars for the switch, because he said they should have been able to diagnose and find the problem quicker. Since then he has replaced a multi purpose switch on my explore, starters and alternators on other vehicles. i have recommended him to all my adult children, in laws and any one in need of any automotive electrical work. I have found all his work of the highest quality, and his prices more than reasonable. I have nothing but good to say about this man and his associates. Avery satisfied customer.
Posted: 5/13/2011 • Link to this review
I spoke with sergio about an alarm problem, and quoted me over the phone, decent pricing, very comfortable to be able to speak with. and does good work. he was recommended to me by another auto shop and I would do the same
Posted: 5/30/2008 • Link to this review
My blinkers stopped working and my normal mechanic did not fix those sorts of things, but recommended Sergios. I called them up and told them about my problem. They quoted me over the phone around $100 to $200 and said to bring it by after I had gotten off work. I was there for about an hour. In that time they diagnosed my problem, told me how much it would be to replace the part (about $30 for the part plus labor). They also offered to fix the broken part and then only charge me labor. I took option B, which fixed my problem. I got out of there for under $100, and just a little over an hour of time, with a car for Friday night. Thank you, and great job.
Posted: 5/16/2008 • Link to this review