1

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.

5

My husband and I had to replace out brake pads and my father and mother in law also needed car maintenance. I was pressed for time because I needed my car for work the following morning. They had both of our cars ready within 3 hrs and all done at a great price. This is a very trustworthy and customer orientated business!

5

Very pleased with Keplingers Automotive!! I wish more people would operate their business like Keplingers. I’ve been a repeat customer and haven’t been disappointed all. As far as CODY PILLOWS review.... what does being a college student have to do with the water pump in your 4Runner? Do you understand how a business works? Do you really think that you simply add up a Labor Rate and believe that’s a salary? That $50 labor is easily reduced after factoring in cost of material, paying employee, permits to operate business etc. You obviously need a collage plate on your vehicle and business 101.

5

5

These guys are good. The guy Scott in particular is great. He says Wednesday he means Wednesday, maybe Tuesday. They do reliable work and don’t run my wife or I through the ringer. He has probably been doing this forever and knows that auto service is hard to stomach. Always been social, won’t go anywhere else now.

5

1

Went to get the rack & pinion steering replaced a few months back. Got my sunglasses stolen out of the glovebox. About a week after I got the car back my "Check Engine/VSC" light came on. Got the codes read at Auto Zone. They said it was a bad oxygen sensor. When I popped my hood to investigate I found that my air filter housing had no bolts holding it down,the filter was exposed, they never tightened up any of the hose clamps. 2 of the vacuum hoses weren't attached to anything, my battery wasn't even secured properly! The reason I was getting a bad oxygen sensor code was because the engine was getting to much oxygen and caused the lights to trigger. I have no idea how these guys are still in business! Smh....

4

Honest, trustworthy employees who are beer pleasant to deal with. Quality workmanship.

4

1

I have had two vehicles there for check engine light issues. Both times they said the light wasn't on and that there were no issues. Got them checked out at a different shop and was told we were lied to. They half ass their work and don't value their customers. Avoid this place.

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