Lamb's Tire & Automotive Center

★★★☆☆
  • 3564 Far West Blvd

    Austin, TX 78731

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Monday 07:00 - 06:00, Tuesday 07:00 - 06:00, Wednesday 07:00 - 06:00, Thursday, 07:00 - 06:00, Friday 07:00 - 06:00, Saturday 08:00 - 05:00, Sunday CLOSE - CLOSE
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A friend of mine recommended that I try Lamb's when he found oud that I wanted to get new tires for my car I went tire shopping at other places but got the best deal at Lambs. I was pleasantly surprised by the deal I got.This is the place to go if you are shopping for tires

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A friend of mine recommended that I try Lamb's when he found oud that I wanted to get new tires for my car I went tire shopping at other places but got the best deal at Lambs. I was pleasantly surprised by the deal I got.This is the place to go if you are shopping for tires

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I have been going to a Lamb's at different location for many many years until I moved by the Far West location. And I still get excellent service here. It just goes to show that Lamb's is a great business no matter what location you go to.

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I have been going to a Lamb's at different location for many many years until I moved by the Far West location. And I still get excellent service here. It just goes to show that Lamb's is a great business no matter what location you go to.

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""If it's possible I would give them no stars. In 2005 I had an issue with my car starting. Sometimes it would start and sometimes it wouldn't. I knew it wasn't my battery or my alternator, as these had both been checked. I googled it and found that my particular car had a common problem with the crankshaft position sensor failing which resulted in the erratic behavior.I dropped my car off a few days before Christmas and told them I wanted the Crankshaft Postion Sensor to be changed. Well I got a call the next day that it was ready. I took 2 buses to get there and when I arrived they told me that I owed over $200 for them fixing something with my distributor cap or something.They never called to let me know that they had decided to go against what I requested.I guess since I'm a girl I didn't know what I was talking about so they decided to do what they wanted. Maybe I was wrong and this was what was wrong with car, but why didn't they call? I was irritated, but I wanted to drive home to Houston for Christmas, as i was on a very tight schedule, and I was too tired to argue. I paid the bill and went out to my car. I put in the keys and turned the ignition over. Guess what? It didn't start. I was so frustrated and when I went back inside, all I got was a horrible attitude and no apology. They then decided to change out the crankshaft position sensor, which took several hours. They told me there wouldn't be a charge. I had already paid more to have something unnescessary done. I told them I wanted my money refunded back from the original pointless repair and I'd pay for what I had originally asked for. They finally agreed, again without any apologies.\r
It's been 2 years and I still haven't had any problems with the car starting. I guess I was right.\r
I would definitely suggest going elsewhere. Lamb's is way overpriced.""

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""If it's possible I would give them no stars. In 2005 I had an issue with my car starting. Sometimes it would start and sometimes it wouldn't. I knew it wasn't my battery or my alternator, as these had both been checked. I googled it and found that my particular car had a common problem with the crankshaft position sensor failing which resulted in the erratic behavior.I dropped my car off a few days before Christmas and told them I wanted the Crankshaft Postion Sensor to be changed. Well I got a call the next day that it was ready. I took 2 buses to get there and when I arrived they told me that I owed over $200 for them fixing something with my distributor cap or something.They never called to let me know that they had decided to go against what I requested.I guess since I'm a girl I didn't know what I was talking about so they decided to do what they wanted. Maybe I was wrong and this was what was wrong with car, but why didn't they call? I was irritated, but I wanted to drive home to Houston for Christmas, as i was on a very tight schedule, and I was too tired to argue. I paid the bill and went out to my car. I put in the keys and turned the ignition over. Guess what? It didn't start. I was so frustrated and when I went back inside, all I got was a horrible attitude and no apology. They then decided to change out the crankshaft position sensor, which took several hours. They told me there wouldn't be a charge. I had already paid more to have something unnescessary done. I told them I wanted my money refunded back from the original pointless repair and I'd pay for what I had originally asked for. They finally agreed, again without any apologies.\r
It's been 2 years and I still haven't had any problems with the car starting. I guess I was right.\r
I would definitely suggest going elsewhere. Lamb's is way overpriced.""

Cons: Poor Attitude, overpriced, lack of communication, don't listen to you

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It has been 3 days since THE INCIDENT and i'm finding more and more people have had horrible experiences with Lamb's. One friend took his car in because it was shaking and Lamb's quoted him $3000 for a new transmission. Not being a mechanic but actually having a brain he told Lamb's to put the car back together so he could have it towed to someone else. Lamb's who supposedly has a FREE estimate program tried to charge him $65 to put everything back in place!! The guy actually tried to GUILT him into paying by saying his mechanic wouldn't get paid if he didn't pay (amazing!!!!!). Turns out the next place charged him $150 to replace a joint of some sort (UV?)....Nothing to do with a transmission.\r
AVOID LAMBS and you could pay for a nice vacation for you and the family!

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★☆☆☆☆

It has been 3 days since THE INCIDENT and i'm finding more and more people have had horrible experiences with Lamb's. One friend took his car in because it was shaking and Lamb's quoted him $3000 for a new transmission. Not being a mechanic but actually having a brain he told Lamb's to put the car back together so he could have it towed to someone else. Lamb's who supposedly has a FREE estimate program tried to charge him $65 to put everything back in place!! The guy actually tried to GUILT him into paying by saying his mechanic wouldn't get paid if he didn't pay (amazing!!!!!). Turns out the next place charged him $150 to replace a joint of some sort (UV?)....Nothing to do with a transmission.\r
AVOID LAMBS and you could pay for a nice vacation for you and the family!

Pros: Hmmmmm

Cons: They teach their employees to lie.

More about Lamb's Tire & Automotive Center

Offers Austin residents a complete range of Tire, Auto Repair & Automotive Tune Up services, including: Oil Changes, Brakes, Alignments, Engine Diagnostics, Tire Mounting & more. ASE Certified.

 

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