Complete joke paid 1500 dollars have fuel system put in on way home gauge not even reading. Take back they do it again. 2 months later car starts acting up take it to someone else. Come to find out all issue are bc the fuel system they put in had cut wires n complety just trashed. Not to mention the hose to fuel filter cracked n all kinked up had 3psi fuel pressure. Call n they ask if can have it towed to them. The other garage replaces their junk fuel pump and all messed up lines n charges 75 bucks for was a one hour job. Paid 500 more for a electrical prob all they did was dis connect the radio to fix issue place is a joke.
Thank you leaving us a review. We value all feedback, both good and bad. For those that may read this review, I need to give an explanation. This repair was not an easy repair. In December 2019 we saw your 2001 Ford Mustang. The initial complaint was when the car sits for two days the battery goes dead. We performed the initial diagnosis and found there was a parasitic drain on the battery. The next step was to remove individual fuses to be able to pinpoint which circuit had the drain. The radio and amp circuit were found to be staying turned on, causing the drain. We then disconnected the radio and the amp to find that the amp was what was staying on. At this point, the radio and amp were reconnected and we could not get the parasitic drain to re-occur. We did not repair the parasitic drain, but we could not get it to re-occur. We communicated our findings to you. Our suggestion was to allow us to have the car for a few days and we would continue to monitor the electrical system for a parasitic drain. You agreed to our recommendation. We continued to start the car over a period of days. The battery was never dead, but we encountered a different problem. The engine would crank over fine, the battery had plenty of power, yet the engine would not start. Then after numerous attempts, the engine continued to start fine. Again, at this point we were in clear communication with you. Our suggestion was to allow us to keep the car until the cranking no start would happen again. You gave us the authorization to continue. When the car finally exhibited the cranking no start, we found there was power and ground to the fuel pump, but the pump was not running. Again, we communicated our findings. You authorized replacing the fuel pump. Also, you requested that the fuel tank be replaced at the same time. February 2020, we replaced the fuel pump due to a faulty fuel tank sending unit. This replacement was done under warranty, at no cost to you. All of our repairs come with a 3-year, unlimited mileage warranty. I apologize that the first and second fuel pump has failed, however we were not given the opportunity to remedy the situation. I would have rather been able to take care of the car than get a one star review. Thank you, Craig Good, owner.
- Good's Auto Service