Ken Fisher Auto & Truck Repair

  • 4.0 of 5 stars
9 reviews

2645 Se 3rd St, Corvallis, OR 97333, us

(541) 757-3200

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They are always honest
4.3/5
They are competent
4.1/5
Their repair price is reasonable
4.0/5
They complete the work in a timely manner
4.6/5
They respond well when they screw something up
3.0/5
They take the time to explain the problems and necessary repairs
4.4/5
They treat male and female customers in the same manner
4.8/5
They are always honest
4.3/5
I would use this mechanic again
3.0/5
I would recommend this mechanic to others
3.5/5
They fix the problem the first time
4.0/5
The shop is located in a safe neighborhood
4.4/5
The hours of operation are convenient for customers
4.4/5
They are near public transportation (or provide loaners, shuttle bus, rides as needed)
4.2/5
Jun 09, 1997
It is difficult for a female to find a mechanic she can trust. Ken Fisher is totally trustworthy and very honest. Plus that, he and his sons are highly skilled. The repairs to my vehicle are done well and fast. But most of all, they are honest. It gives me a great feeling of security to know that I can trust them.
Mar 30, 2001
Ken passed away last year. He was a class act. His son Tony, has continued on with his fathers tradition of good, fair, friendly and fast service. I have been going to this shop since I moved to town in 1977. They know me. They know my cars and they have provided the service that has kept them running. Before my wife died I know they treated her with respect and a very professional manor. I've taken used cars in for evaluation as well as my own for maintenance and repair work. I've been very pleased with the results. I couldn't answer the question about how they responded when they screwed up, because I have not had that type of an experience with them. Their Doberman may not be agressive during the day, but I wouldn't want to put any money on someone getting away if they broke in at
Jan 23, 2004
Recently when we had a problem that Tony felt should be covered by Ford as a covered repair, they sent us to the local Ford dealership. When that dealership said that it wasn't covered, Tony sent us to a dealership in the next town, which did agree that it was a covered problem. I feel that they were looking out for us, not just for making a buck. Haven't had a 'screw up' so I don't know how to respnd to that question. Also, I feel they treat both my husband and me the same.
Nov 19, 2005
I had a problem with a weird vibrating noise my car made when I made left hand turns at any real speed. I took my car to a number of places to see if they could tell what was wrong. Everyone assumed it was a malfunctioning universal joint and spent all their time in my wheel well. I had it replaced twice to no avail. I was directed to Ken Fisher Auto and they were the first to actually pop the hood. To my dismay, when the guy was instructed to crank the wheel, my engine LUNGED at me. Yeah, faulty motor mounts, not a problem with the universal joints at all. They know their stuff and they get it done right. I currently live out of state for school, and still take my car there for repairs.
Oct 13, 2008
I found this mechanic on this website. The transmission in my F250 truck was slipping, the muffler had fallen off and the windshild wiper motor had frozen. I am completly satisfied with their work. A few days after I picked up my truck, I even received a card thanking me for my business.
Nov 07, 2011
Aug 20, 2011
They don't do well with vehicles that are not Dodge, Ford, or Chevy. Had to work on my Jeep twice to get it right and charged twice when they should have gotten it right the first time. I was just glad to get my vehicle and get out of there. Never been back.
Dec 31, 2011
  • Matt P
I had taken my vehicle for tire rotation to another shop. They told me it would do no good to rotate my tires because my struts were bad and needed to be replaced, at estimated cost of $800. I took the vehicle to Ken Fisher and they checked out my struts and informed me they are fine and do not need replacement; saving me $800. They also have worked on both my vehicles several times and done fine work for a fair price. No problems. They seem to be very honest and competent - all I ask for in a mechanic (inexpensive is too much to hope for!).
Dec 31, 2012
  • binks
these folks removed a stuck pinion bearing with an angle grinder and a cutting wheel inside my differential housing. not the preferred option! i had to ask twice for my removed parts. small wonder why. felt kinda bad selling this car but would have felt worse keeping it.

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