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  • 610 Cheney Hwy

    Titusville, FL 32780

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  • 321-268-2626

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I They are known scam artists. Unfortunately for me, I found out the hard way. PLEASE stay far away from these bastards. Here's my story: I first came to them because of engine failure. Often, my engine cuts off if my vehicle sits too long

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I They are known scam artists. Unfortunately for me, I found out the hard way. PLEASE stay far away from these bastards. Here's my story: I first came to them because of engine failure. Often, my engine cuts off if my vehicle sits too long

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Stay far away from this place. I brought my vehicle in as it was having major engine problems, bad knocking and stalling out. This is a really old and beat up vehicle and I was already shopping for a new car, and as such I let this place know up front that I was not willing to put over $1,000 worth of work into something I was about to replace. If the repairs would be a few hundred only then would it make sense. That was my first mistake, to be up front and honest with them in the hopes they would be the same.\n\nI was given a first round of repairs estimate that was a little over $700. I asked again how confident they were this would cover the primary issues, and reiterated my unwillingness to put any more than that tops into this vehicle. Here the exchange got combative and defensive. They even accused me of trying to lure them into a trap. What? I'm just trying to get a thorough and honest assessment of what I'm looking at here. I should have walked away right then and there.\n\nBut, I let them do the repairs, which was replacing the Oxygen Sensors and a coil, and surprise, surprise, another $600+ worth of repairs would be needed. My vehicle had a clogged catalytic converter that was melting oxygen sensors, pretty bad damage, which all totaled would come out to around $1,400 worth of work, well over what I said up front would be past my willingness to invest. Here's the thing, I researched what would make an oxygen sensor melt (these things are metal) and consulted other mechanics. The issue is rare and the only thing that would have caused it is a bad catalytic convertor. I am entirely convinced this place knew I wouldn't pay for the full repairs, so they feigned ignorance of the total issue so as to at least put me on the hook for $700.\n\nMy wife went in and paid for the car because I was so irate that to have further personal contact with these people would come to no productive good. They tried to tell her that the vehicle without the work would overheat and possibly catch fire if we tried to drive it away. In truth, the vehicle made it several miles without so much as an engine light and ran smoother than it had in years. On top of that, the mechanic offered to have a ""friend"" take the damaged vehicle off our hands for us because it was a shame we weren't going to finish fixing it. I'm not even sure that is legal.\n\nI'm sure the vehicle needs the work, but at every step I felt like I was taken for a ride and fed lines of untruths all along the way. My experience seems to mirror others as well, do yourself a favor, go find a AAA endorsed mechanic and steer clear of this place entirely.

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Stay far away from this place. I brought my vehicle in as it was having major engine problems, bad knocking and stalling out. This is a really old and beat up vehicle and I was already shopping for a new car, and as such I let this place know up front that I was not willing to put over $1,000 worth of work into something I was about to replace. If the repairs would be a few hundred only then would it make sense. That was my first mistake, to be up front and honest with them in the hopes they would be the same.\n\nI was given a first round of repairs estimate that was a little over $700. I asked again how confident they were this would cover the primary issues, and reiterated my unwillingness to put any more than that tops into this vehicle. Here the exchange got combative and defensive. They even accused me of trying to lure them into a trap. What? I'm just trying to get a thorough and honest assessment of what I'm looking at here. I should have walked away right then and there.\n\nBut, I let them do the repairs, which was replacing the Oxygen Sensors and a coil, and surprise, surprise, another $600+ worth of repairs would be needed. My vehicle had a clogged catalytic converter that was melting oxygen sensors, pretty bad damage, which all totaled would come out to around $1,400 worth of work, well over what I said up front would be past my willingness to invest. Here's the thing, I researched what would make an oxygen sensor melt (these things are metal) and consulted other mechanics. The issue is rare and the only thing that would have caused it is a bad catalytic convertor. I am entirely convinced this place knew I wouldn't pay for the full repairs, so they feigned ignorance of the total issue so as to at least put me on the hook for $700.\n\nMy wife went in and paid for the car because I was so irate that to have further personal contact with these people would come to no productive good. They tried to tell her that the vehicle without the work would overheat and possibly catch fire if we tried to drive it away. In truth, the vehicle made it several miles without so much as an engine light and ran smoother than it had in years. On top of that, the mechanic offered to have a ""friend"" take the damaged vehicle off our hands for us because it was a shame we weren't going to finish fixing it. I'm not even sure that is legal.\n\nI'm sure the vehicle needs the work, but at every step I felt like I was taken for a ride and fed lines of untruths all along the way. My experience seems to mirror others as well, do yourself a favor, go find a AAA endorsed mechanic and steer clear of this place entirely.

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This guy is a ripoff. charged me $2500. for a full rebuild. Didn't get 10 miles down the road and transmission warnings started exactly like before the vehicle went in. 3 weeks later in Harwell GA transmission blew the seal again and caught fire. Fire departmen responded to put out fire. Took vehicle to another transmission ship and they said the guys work was terrible. Said he probably didn't clear the transmission cooler after the first incident. My vehicle is probably destroyed because of this dealer's work. Don't Go!!!!! Stay away!!!! Turn back!!!!!

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This guy is a ripoff. charged me $2500. for a full rebuild. Didn't get 10 miles down the road and transmission warnings started exactly like before the vehicle went in. 3 weeks later in Harwell GA transmission blew the seal again and caught fire. Fire departmen responded to put out fire. Took vehicle to another transmission ship and they said the guys work was terrible. Said he probably didn't clear the transmission cooler after the first incident. My vehicle is probably destroyed because of this dealer's work. Don't Go!!!!! Stay away!!!! Turn back!!!!!

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