They were very helpful and courteous. The technicians were very educated and professional. This was a very good experience and I will most definitely return. I would like to thank all of the employees that helped make this a positive experience. I will be back.
I went to Precision Auto Repair when I had my check engine light come on. I figured it was going to be an expensive ordeal. Within an hour they had me out of there and actually repaired my issue by adding some oil... They charged me for the time they spent diagnosing the issue plus the long overdue oil change. I am more than happy with the level of service I have received.
I had been going to the dealer for years until my sister told me about her experiences at Precision Auto Repair. I have been a customer of theirs for about 3 years. James is always seems to "go the extra mile" to make my experience a good one. They are always honest and have my vehicle ready in a reasonable amount of time. I highly recommend giving them a chance.
I like to drive an expensive car but I don't like paying a lot to maintain it. I'm also much like other women that don't notice a problem until it's too late. I've been going to James and the guys at Precision Auto Repair for about 4 to 5 years now and I would never think of going anywhere else. He is extremely honest and dependable. I highly recommend Precision to anyone that drives a car, you won't be let down!
I had my 2004 Audi service at Precision Auto Repair after using the dealer for years. I find at Precision they get me right in without making me feel like they're "doing me a favor", the employees are nice, the shop and lobby are clean, the price is more than reasonable, the location is extremely convenient, and they fix my vehicle properly the first time. I really can't say enough good about them. Check them out for yourself.
We care about your safety, and will save you money and time. For years we have served the area’s Foreign Auto Repair, Domestic Auto Repair, and European Auto Repair needs in our Springfield, MA location. We offer unbeatable prices, reliable experience, and efficient service.
Our facility offers state-of-the-art computer technology, friendly service, and a clean shop. We provide a service guarantee in writing of 2 years, 24,000 miles on parts and labor for all of the work done with us unless otherwise specified.
Our highly skilled technicians offer comprehensive knowledge and experience based on years of training and experience. You can be sure that your car will be handled with the latest diagnostic equipment and that everything done to your car will be explained to you in layman’s terms.
The pounds-per-square-inch figure on the side of the tire is the maximum pressure that the tire can safely hold, not the automaker's recommended pressure, which provides the best balance of braking, handling, gas mileage, and ride comfort. That figure is usually found on a doorjamb sticker, in the glove box, or on the fuel-filler door. Perform a monthly pressure check when tires are cold or after the car has been parked for a few hours.
As brake pads wear, the level in the brake-fluid reservoir drops a bit. That helps you monitor brake wear. If the fluid level drops to or below the Low mark on the reservoir, then either your brakes are worn out or fluid is leaking. Either way, get the brake system serviced immediately. You should also get a routine brake inspection when you rotate the tires, about every 6,000 to 7,000 miles.
Most vehicles run just fine on regular-grade (87 octane) fuel. Using premium in these cars won't hurt, but it won't improve performance, either. A higher-octane number simply means that the fuel is less prone to pre-ignition problems, so it's often specified for hotter running, high-compression engines. So if your car is designed for 87-octane fuel, don't waste money on premium.
Radiator coolant doesn't need to be replaced very often. Most owner's manuals recommend changing the coolant every five years or 60,000 miles. Of course, if the level in the coolant reservoir is chronically low, check for a leak and get service as soon as possible.
It could take hours of driving to restore a battery's full charge, especially in the winter. That's because power accessories, such as heated seats, draw so much electricity that in some cars the alternator has little left over to recharge a run-down battery. A "load test" at a service station can determine whether the battery can still hold a charge. If so, some hours on a battery charger might be needed to revive the battery to its full potential.