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12/13/2015
By: Jason S.
Jiffy Lube
Good staff. Very friendly. And was it overly pushy with the upsale. Defanitely. Recommend to evetryone
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03/29/2014
By: Rosalie B.
Jiffy Lube
They left my oil filer way to loose and was losing oil, another mechanic shop found and tighten it up... There are torque specs. for oil filters.. So please be ware... and make sure they tighten the oil filters down properly!!!!!!
11/20/2012
By: debrast
Shell Rapid Lube
This is a family run business, Laura and Mark are quick and efficient, the price is right and both of my cars are very well taken care of. I cannot recommend any higher! They service with honesty and integrity.
08/25/2012
By: gregcurtin
Simoniz Quick Lube
STAY AWAY, BE AWARE OF ADDITIONAL COSTLY REPAIRS IF YOU TAKE YOUR CAR HERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!I had to have my timing belt changed on my car so took it to a local repair shop that I do business with to have it done on a Saturday morning. While dropping it off I noticed that it was also time for an oil change and added that to the list of the jobs to complete. I was expecting a problem with something on the engine so when the repair shop called that is what I was expecting to hear. What I was not expecting to hear was that the oil drain plug had been forced into the oil pain (cross threaded) and when they pulled it out the threads on the oil pan came with it!! The repair shop said that it looked like the last place to change the oil forced the drain plug back on and as a result cross threaded the drain plugWhen I called the Simoniz Quick Lube and advised of the situation, Alan (after talking to the "property manager") advised that there was nothing they were going to do. More so, he advised that they do it all the time and have larger oil plugs on hand to correct the situation. Further, he advised me (after clearly it would be able to see my history in the records of going to the store for almost 2 years) that there really was no proof that they were the ones that did it. My son has autism and has several appointments that he has to go around to so we need this car for my family. I now have to spend $300 to replace an oil pan to correct an error that this business made and gave ZERO assistance with in trying to solve. This business needs a lesson in customer service, not caring if you "dont want to deal with it on my day off" (thanks for that little bit of information Mr. Property Manager), and a lesson on a simple task of how to unscrew a drain plug and then screw it back in.
Tips & Advices
You should change your oil filter whenever you change your oil, that is, approximately every 7,500 miles.
A oil filter is a device that helps remove contaminants from motor oil as it passes through the engine. A pump pushed the oil through the filter where it is strained and goes back to the engine.
High-mileage oil contains special conditioners that are said to help prevent gaskets from drying out and thus preventing leaks. This can be beneficial to engines with many miles on them.
Synthetic oil costs more than conventional oil, but the price is offset by the need for less frequent oil changes due to the oil’s durability.
Tools needed to change your own oil include jack stands or ramps, a wrench, an oil filter wrench, an oil drip pan, funnel, replacement oil filter, and replacement oil.

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