I took in my 1998 4Runner in for a new water pump, timing belt, tensioners, etc. The staff seemed friendly and easy to work with, but they quoted the fix for $1100. Even just a basic search of the parts needed and general cost puts the same repair between $400-$800. I called around and multiple places could do it for around $600. This was my wife's car, which still has her college license plates on, so I can't help but question the integrity of the business in seeing that the car could be a female college student's. Also, just to see my car and diagnose what I already knew (the failed water pump), the labor cost me $50 for the half hour. That is a great salary if you ask me... $100/hr x 40 hour week for 50 weeks= $200,000/yr. From my experience, I will never take my car back there and advise anyone I talk with to not take theirs.