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05/17/2017
By: Welton B.
Tuffy Auto Service Center
They remove my catalytic converter and replaced it with a straight pipe without my permission. Nothing was wrong with the catalytic converter. It was a devious act.
05/13/2017
By: Becky D.
Rpm Wholesale Auto & Parts & Auto Salvage
My husband called on a Thursday for a transmission. They told him $400. We took the truck to the auto repair they told them $400. My husband goes to pick it up 45 mins drive. They refuse to sell it for that and want $600. So unprofessional. They will give you a run around. Regardless of their mistake of pricing it should of been what we were told. I would recommend driving three hours to get a transmission vs. these liars and cons. It may have been worth the $600 HOWEVER they gave a price of $400 until PICK UP. That's not how you do business.
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11/07/2015
By: Kyle C.
Million Parts Warehouse
Absolute terrible customer service. I called and spoke with Carrie. I was calling about a cab support floor channel and before I could even finish what I was saying, she rudely cut me off and told me we don't carry those.
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02/19/2015
By: Howard P.
Tuffy Auto Service Center
Service is awesome. John S. and Dave are great
12/18/2014
By: Robert P.
Million Parts Warehouse
Called for a part. we don Cary that. Nothing no response nothing really weird not helpful at all.
08/20/2014
By: Mike B.
Advance Auto Parts
I had an awful experience with Advanced. I had them install two amps and some speakers into my brand new 2014 GMC Sierra and it did not go well. First off, it took them 6 hours to do the job and when I got my truck back, they had busted up my door trim on the driver's door and the passenger door would not open from the inside. They let me drive off knowing the trim was just setting in place. There was grease on my passenger seat. I took it back to them the next day and they were apologetic and fixed the mechanical issue and ordered the trim piece for the driver's door. Several weeks later, I needed my wheel lock key for my tires (which was in the glove box), it was gone! Besides myself, they were the only people inside of my truck. I'm sure it was lost during my install, but of course they deny even opening my glove box. Fool me once............
04/02/2014
By: kgilbert73
Tuffy Auto Service Center
I can't say enough GREAT things about this location!I went the for the first time last summer for a quote on a repair and my car did not start as I went to leave. They were able to fix it the same day for me.I have taken two other vehicles into Tuffy for service this year and have been EXTREMELY happy each time.The managers and service men are helpful and friendly every time. The one manager, Dave, remembered me this year just by seeing me. He remebered the car I brought in the previous summer for the service.Yesterday I needed a fuel pump replaced in my vehicle. I brought the parts in to Tuffy and they were able to get her repaired very quickly. They are always upfront and honest. There were parts that I purchased that weren't needed and they were left in my car so I could return them.I am very comfortable going in to Tuffy to speak with Dave, Dustin, John or John. As a woman, I have been talked down to by men at other shops, but here I am treated like a friend. I do the majority of work on my car and I have talked to them about what I have done and they are accepting. It is a wonderful experience.I have to mention the vehicle I took in there is my "old faithful" and my pride & joy.She is also my test vehicle at most places, which I don't mention. She is 20 years old, has a rusted out body and some days a miracle she runs. But she is the Best vehicle I have ever owned. I have had brand new vehicles that have not lasted as long.If a shop can repair her and treat her with respect, then they are a win in my book. I had a mechanic once replace the fly wheel in her and set the old greasy flywheel in the cloth driver's seat. He also did not wear gloves and everything he touched inside my Jimmy was covered in grease. He said why should I care because it's so old.Happily I will take all of my vehilce to Tuffy (on Dort & Lapeer) in Flint for service.I HIGHLY recommend them to my friends, co-workers and customers that come in to my business. I work right down the street.These guys are the greatest and do awesome work!!And with the new fuel pump, she is running like a champ again!!!!
03/17/2014
By: Robert S.
Auto Body Complete
Great body panels and always has very reasonable prices. Good people to deal with.
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04/09/2013
By: miboy223
Advance Auto Parts
I had Josh help me he did a awesome job finding my parts and in a very timely matter!!!!
12/14/2012
By: jbeckley3
O'Reilly Auto Parts
Very good service! And they have lots of parts!
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