Fair and understanding! Gives you the best price possible. Honest and reliable, and won't sell you things you don't need! My husband has had them work on his Corvette, too. That's saying something as he is VERY picky on who he will let touch that. Definitely recommend! -KL Davis
Extremely pleased after my first visit. I do most of my own work, tend to be picky about repairs done by others, and often provide my own parts for installation. Dennis and Garry were very friendly and willing to work with me. Their work on my car was excellent, priced right and they made me aware of several very subtle things they noticed that most shops normally never mention. I am satisfied and will be back for more work in the future. BTW, please note that their shop hours as of 2013 are M-F 7:30-5 and not 7-6 as their website notes. -Joel Banyai
Friendly, honest and dependable. We brought our Toyota Highlander to Bill Penney for a problem. Ended up spending $1,200 and still had the problem. Bill Penney Toyota couldn't seem to fix it. Dennis Johnson's Auto Repair fixed the problem 1/5th the price. They also fixed our A/C. They aren't pushy and don't try to sell you something you don't need. Glad we found them. Thanks! -A Google User
How often should you get your transmission fluid changed? The transmission industry's standard is 25,000 to 30,000 miles or every two years. If you tow a trailer, 15,000 to 20,000 miles is recommended depending on the amount of towing. Motorhomes can vary with the amount that they are driven. The best thing that you can do is check the fluid regularly; notice the color, odor and level of the fluid. If you notice a change in the color, odor or level, have it checked by one of our trained technicians.
What type of fluid should you use? The suggested fluids differ from one manufacturer to another and you can check the owner's manual to ensure the correct transmission fluid is utilized per your specific auto or truck make and model. However, here our technicians have a computer program that will insure the right fluid goes into your transmission. We offer a full line of transmission fluids to cover all the various demands of any car or truck.
Summer’s coming, and with it, warmer temperatures, vacations, and longer trips. We don’t want to be downers, but if your car’s cooling system isn’t up to par, things could go from fun-in-the-sun to stranded-in-the-sun too quickly for anyone’s liking. Because the truth is: cooling system failure is a leading cause of vehicle breakdowns.
Don’t let it come to that. The easiest way to make sure your summer plans stay on course is to pay attention to your vehicle’s cooling system now, while the weather’s still mild. Trust us, you’ll avoid a lot of aggravation, and possibly an unnecessarily expensive vehicle repair. Here’s how to maintain your cooling system.
Our service centers offer full-service preventative maintenance and auto repair, providing comprehensive car care services for your domestic or import vehicle to keep it running at full power. For questions, contact your local service center, and our experts will help determine what needs to be done.
When it comes to your tires, size does matter. So be sure to buy the tire size recommended in your vehicle's owner's manual. Since your speedometer is hooked up to the transmission and the speedometer is calibrated for the revolution of the recommended tire size, a taller or shorter tire will affect the accuracy of your speedometer.
It's the first hot day of the summer. Uncomfortably shifting in your seat, you turn on that long-neglected AC knob, only to discover an unwelcome blast of warm air streaming out from the vents. A bad situation made worse: that's when you turn to us—your air conditioning service and repair headquarters.