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By: Shane M.
Performance Authority
These guys are awesome! My diesel was having trouble starting, I was told by the first mechanic that looked at it that it needed injectors which would cost $3,500.00...I took it to these guys and they found the the glow plug relay was ended up costing $200.00 bucks and now it runs like new!
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By: Hank L.
Chevrolet of Bend
On 2/20/16 I took my car in to have the oil changed. When drying off my car I noticed two small dings/chips along the front hood, it looked as if the chips had been hastily touched up. I called the dealership service manager and he said he would look into it. As he promised he called me back and he explained to me that the person that had worked on my car was no longer with the company and he would repair the damage to my car at no cost. When I showed up the next day 2/25/16 We walked out to my car and he started to explain to me that this damage was not done by his "people" and that it has already been repaired by a professional. If this was done by professionals how is it that I still have dents and chips in my hood? At this time he was really trying to get me to settle with the dent-less repair he had already promised me the repair's. Bottom line is the dealership seemed to be honest and stand by their promises but in my case that is clearly not true.
Tips & Advices
Depending on the part and its overall quality, a good amount of money can be saved by purchasing aftermarket parts versus OEM parts. But aftermarket parts that are low in price might also be lower in quality and could do more harm than good to your car, or they may need to be replaced more frequently than a more expensive counterpart. This could lead to saving some money in the short term, but spending more than anticipated in the long term.
The type of tires being purchased is the most significant determinant of their price. SUV tires are more costly than average car tires. And high-performance tires are more costly than economy grade tires. On average, standard tires for an average-sized vehicle are around $100 per tire. Standard tires for an SUV are around $150 and pick-up truck tires are about $200 on average. Some dealers offer discounts if purchasing more than one tire.
Car inspections typically take about an hour. However the wait time can be longer depending on how busy the shop is. Call ahead for an appointment to avoid long wait times.
Depending on the manufacturer, certain aftermarket parts can be just as reliable as Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) parts. But one item within a vehicle, like oil filters for instance, could have multiple manufacturers and there could be inconsistencies in quality among them.
Costs of replacing a windshield can vary greatly depending on a variety of factors:
  • Vehicle make and model
  • How much of the cost insurance will cover
  • Whether the windshield installers come to your location or you bring the vehicle to them
  • Standard service costs of the windshield installers
Generally, newer and higher-end vehicles cost more to have their windshields replaced because certain manufacturers use modified or proprietary glass types.

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