Very overpriced and dishonest in my experience. Tried to charge me $1600 to replace a driveshaft on a Jeep that I did for $135 in 30 min. Also tried to charge my sister $1600 to replace camshaft sensors on a Nissan that I ended up fixing for $120 in 20 min. Will charge you $175 just to “diagnose” (i.e.,read codes). They said they needed to remove intake to access sensors, but you can reach them both from the back without taking any engine parts off. Safe to say I’m not taking any more vehicles to them, and I won’t be recommending Dale’s Auto to anyone.
Jimmy, thank you for taking time to put a review out, thank you for taking my call and having a very civil professional conversation about the review. Most people won’t answer or return the call to even have a conversation like we did. That says a lot about the kind of person you are and I thank you for that.I apologize that we are not a good fit for you at Dale’s but we are always thankful to customers like you that give us feedback to improve upon our customer service. - Chad Jacks
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