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11/03/2017
By: Mark F.
Absolute Auto Repair Services
If I could rate 0 stars, trust me, I would. Vern had my vehicle for 3 months off and on and couldn't fix the rear differential whine coming from his newly installed rear differential gear set. This was after a transmission rebuild, which I suspect after hearing the differential whine I probably didnt need, despite Absolute Auto diagnosing the need for one. After multiple tries in which he had every opportunity to fix his poor differential rebuild, we agreed it needed to go to Randys Ring and Pinion (where he bought the parts from) to eliminate Vern' s workmanship from the equation as he claimed his install was perfect and the parts were bad. After Randys pulled it apart they found the pinion was burnt so bad they couldn't verify if it was an install error or bad break in. Keep in mind Vern had the pinion in and out of the truck at least 3 times and never noticed the roasted pinion. Vern then conveniently couldn't remember agreeing on having Randys doing the warranty work (despite the fact Absolute Auto flatbedded the truck to Randys) and claimed Randys was going to warranty the gear set before I stepped in and jumped the gun by allowing Randys to reinstall. News flash, I have a statement from Randys saying they were never going to warranty the gear set. Absolute Auto lied about it and declined to refund my money, about 1300 dollars in whole. Interestingly enough, the pinion set made noise on install, which Absolute never denies, but then wants to say Randys couldn't verify it was an install error and I broke it in improperly... a simple Google search will tell you if a gear set makes noise on install, suspect the install, not to mention it's hard to break something in improperly when you aren't even out of the parking lot. If you're interested in a similar experience, take your shot. If you want a mechanic who is honest, knows what he's doing, and will actually stand by his work when he screws it up, avoid Absolute Auto like the plague. 0 STARS
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02/17/2017
By: Danivern S.
Absolute Auto Repair Services
Very good and knowledgeable great rates and repair the problem the first time will go back for sure .
04/08/2016
By: Douglas P.
Advanced Automotive
Wonderfully positive experience, got picked dropped off at nearby train station.; work was helpful, knowledgeable, and well-done.
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