Posted July 4, 2015
I came here with my Jeep Wrangler TJ. I bet that this place is good with other foreign cars but they do not know how to handle a jeep. My rear pinion seal was leaking and they told me my yoke was scored. They proceeded to tell me a yoke costs 550 bucks when in reality there 50 to a 100 bucks. Then they replaced an 02 sensor which was aftermarket which set off a bunch of other error codes off in the car because it was not the correct sensor. It was a big pain in the ass to figure out. I took the car to a jeep specialist who solved the problem and also told me that the yoke was not scored. I'm not sure if they were trying to make a quick buck or what. I will not be going back there. Glad I didn't waste my money to replace a good yoke.