Initially I was satisfied with the work done - new gas tank, fuel pump and some gas lines that were corroded. Thought the price quite high ($1200) and to check stopped at Autozone to see price for a fuel pump. A Z said $160, I paid $375. Now three months later when filling the tank gas gushes when near full. Turns out they didn't replace the fill spout that is also badly corroded. Poor judgment and expensive to boot. I'm adding a follow up - spoke with Mark who fixed the leak issue. Turns out it wasn't the fill spout but the pump separated from the tank, so they fixed it for no additional charge.
Tom, we are sorry to see you would not recommend us, we would like the opportunity to share with you a bit about the parts we use in the shop and why we did not recommend a replacement of your fill spout. When it comes to purchasing parts there are many factors that contribute to pricing, like quality, components included, and warranties. We understand the appeal of do-it-yourself parts as the prices are lower, however, the parts we use come with higher quality materials and warranties which add to the value of the parts. Our team tries our best to provide honest assessments of what repairs are necessary for each customer, at the time of your visit there were no signs of leaking from the fill spout, so we did not see it fit to recommend it be replaced. We understand your frustration and hope this shed some light on your experience.
- Sheboygan Auto Helpers