My son brought his 2012 Toyota Camry in for repair.I was told by a mec... read more My son brought his 2012 Toyota Camry in for repair.I was told by a mechanic from another repair shop via phone that it could be the starter or flywheel that connects to the starter and to bring it in. I was not sure from their reviews that they were reputable. After researching auto repair reviews this shop SCOTTY'S stood out with its excellent reviews. My son is a full time college student and p/t work and really doesn't have the finances for major repairs or a shop that is less than reputable. Mark at Scotty's was Fantastic and brought his vehicle in for a check up and found it to be a simple Battery issue. I then asked him about my Toyota Echo that i had issues with the locking mechanism on the drivers side and even tho he was hesitant he said he would take a look and do his best to repair. I ended up doing the repair myself and it worked out fine but he was willing to help out if needed. I can say without any convictions at 56 yrs old and i've seen a lot and been taken a lot with auto repair facility's in the past. Mark and the team at Scotty's have a very very reputable business and a great work ethic and put their customers ahead of absorbent and inflated profits I highly recommend them and . look for yourself as the reviews reflect the integrity of a shop.
Missed diagnosed an AC problem. Replaced the compressor and did a comp... read more Missed diagnosed an AC problem. Replaced the compressor and did a complete AC service for $850 which only fixed the problem for one day! Returned five times in two weeks with the same AC problem as original problem. They finally found and diagnosed the problem was the electrical plug connector on the AC clutch. They replaced the connector with a used one and did a hack job of splicing the wires and covering with electrical tape. The owner would not admit they misdiagnosed the problem or offer a credit for the outrageous poor service. I should have gone to the Nissan dealer. Instead I paid $850 dollars more than I had to for a $5 dollar part. When I saw the hacked repair job I had to solder the the wires and seal with heat seal shrink tubing myself to prevent future corrosion. I would not recommend this shop or ever do business with them again even if I was broken down in front of their shop. Stay far away from this place......
They found a broken ignition wire. Turned it over the next day and the... read more They found a broken ignition wire. Turned it over the next day and there price was very fair. Thanks guys. Fred Serafini