Chick's Auto Service

  • 4.8 of 5 stars
5 reviews

13681 Touchet Rd, Jennings, LA, us

(337) 824-6439

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They are always honest
5.0/5
They are competent
5.0/5
Their repair price is reasonable
5.0/5
They complete the work in a timely manner
4.0/5
They respond well when they screw something up
5.0/5
They take the time to explain the problems and necessary repairs
5.0/5
They treat male and female customers in the same manner
4.8/5
They are always honest
5.0/5
I would use this mechanic again
N/A
I would recommend this mechanic to others
N/A
They fix the problem the first time
4.2/5
The shop is located in a safe neighborhood
4.2/5
The hours of operation are convenient for customers
4.2/5
They are near public transportation (or provide loaners, shuttle bus, rides as needed)
2.6/5
Jan 19, 1999
After several years of having other garages try and find my problem Chick's garage finally found the problem.It was while traveling from Houston, Tx to New Orleans,La for a convention that my 1980 Chev. truck started doing it again.Backfiring through the carb.I managed to pull off I-10 in a little town of Jennings,La. and asked the HI-LO parts house of a good mechanic and they said Chick's.I finally made it to Chick's and almost immediately they got on my truck and tried hard to find the problem.It took that day plus the next but they found the problem and charged a more than far price I thought,and put up with my asking questions all the time.Both Chick and his son Steve and their assistant Dave realized my predicument and tried really hard to fix my truck as soon as possible. Thanks Guys From the Captain Randy W.
Feb 10, 1999
While traveling from Houston,Tx to New Orleans,La. my 1980 Chev truck started back firing through the carb.I managed to pull off I-10 in a small town and found the nearest garage. This back firing has been going on for several years now and no one could find the problem.Finally Chick and his son Steve with the help of Dave found the problem .A worn out distributor shaft and oil coming up the shaft and filling the base of the carb with oil causing the module to shot out.This only occured when I went one long trips and the engine had time to fill the carb with oil. If I waited long enough then the oil would drain down and thus no short and the engine ran fine.Also if I just drove in town all day no problem with back firing.Try this one on one of your weekly puzzler's one week.
Jan 19, 1999
After several years of having other garages try and find my problem Chick's garage finally found the problem.It was while traveling from Houston, Tx to New Orleans,La for a convention that my 1980 Chev. truck started doing it again.Backfiring through the carb.I managed to pull off I-10 in a little town of Jennings,La. and asked the HI-LO parts house of a good mechanic and they said Chick's.I finally made it to Chick's and almost immediately they got on my truck and tried hard to find the problem.It took that day plus the next but they found the problem and charged a more than far price I thought,and put up with my asking questions all the time.Both Chick and his son Steve and their assistant Dave realized my predicument and tried really hard to fix my truck as soon as possible. Thanks Guys From the Captain Randy W.
Feb 10, 1999
While traveling from Houston,Tx to New Orleans,La. my 1980 Chev truck started back firing through the carb.I managed to pull off I-10 in a small town and found the nearest garage. This back firing has been going on for several years now and no one could find the problem.Finally Chick and his son Steve with the help of Dave found the problem .A worn out distributor shaft and oil coming up the shaft and filling the base of the carb with oil causing the module to shot out.This only occured when I went one long trips and the engine had time to fill the carb with oil. If I waited long enough then the oil would drain down and thus no short and the engine ran fine.Also if I just drove in town all day no problem with back firing.Try this one on one of your weekly puzzler's one week.
Apr 07, 1999
Once I had a motor mount replaced and when I got home I looked at their work (should have done that before I left, HUH?) I noticed that a nut was loose so the next day I went back. They stopped the work they were doing and took care of me immediately.

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