Restoring an "89 Toyota pickup that I bought from a Toyota dealership mechanic. He had given up on i
t after replacing the engine when it developed a miss. I gave Brooks a try after every local mechanic refused to even let it in the door. Seems that the "89-96 models have a computer but the diagnosis is quite complex meaning the mechanic needs to know what he is doing. I dropped it off there with no expectations other than "It is over my head". The bottom line here is that it took a bit but now the car runs perfectly. How many shops would replace vacuum hoses, MAP sensors, EGR valves, wires and etc. Thank you. Restoration savvy shop.
THIS PLACE IS MADE UP OF awesome people. Eager, friendly, knowledgeable,....they treat you like famil
y. Plus, they know their stuff! TJ and Austin were great! They knew immediately what I needed and how to do it; they were cheerful and even funny and fun! They were quick and competent. They have inspired my confidence and my loyalty! I now have break-lights that work and feel grateful for their generous and expert service!
11773 Se Highway 212
Clackamas, OR 97015-9048
Tim, I have been happy with the service you have provided since march 2010, but after getting time to
look at my recent bill I'm wondering if the labor cost is correct? I'm not the smartest person but not sure why the labor cost is so high. I can't believe it would take more than one hour to change the oil and spark plugs. Checking everything else maybe one hour and the serpentine belt another hour. I'm thinking three hours should have been plenty of time to do all the required work. Looking at the labor cost It seems high. If your hourly wage is $80.00 at three hours that would add up to $240.00. I trust your judgment when you tell me if something needs to be replaced, but I don't want to be charged if my car is just sitting there.