Carburetor Exchange by Ray & Weyner

  • 4.9 of 5 stars
3 reviews

4016 Wesst Charleston Blvd. at northeast corner of Charleston & Richfield, Las Vegas, NV 89110, us

(702) 362-5564


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Specializes in Air Conditioning work
They are always honest
They are competent
Their repair price is reasonable
They complete the work in a timely manner
They respond well when they screw something up
They take the time to explain the problems and necessary repairs
They treat male and female customers in the same manner
They are always honest
I would use this mechanic again
I would recommend this mechanic to others
They fix the problem the first time
The shop is located in a safe neighborhood
The hours of operation are convenient for customers
They are near public transportation (or provide loaners, shuttle bus, rides as needed)
Jun 25, 2006
Both Ray & Weyner are the mechanics...and they now (actually for about 6-7yrs.)also own they shop...I believe they have at least one other mechanic working for them... THE GOOD NEWS: They're always extremely reasonable, they've always done a good job, they won't do anything you don't approve of, they provide cost-alternative options (i.e. we can use order the manufacturer's part for $xxx or we can do this for $xxx), their labor rates are reasonable and they don't just flat out use the book to calculate your labor hours (i.e. on a very recent radiator replacement for our Volvo, Ray spent less time than the book states - we were only billed for his time! - and that's not including the time he spent when the incorrect radiator was delivered twice before they got the right one! - Also, he needed a specific tool to be able to pressurize our old radiator to check for leaks - he didn't charge us for that part) I could go on...and I'll finish with this...It's not close to our house, it's not near either my or my wife's place of work, they do not have loaner vehicles...and we continue to return when we need service...almost forgot...they actually call you to let you know what's going on and when it's ready - this is a plus in Las Vegas! when I lived in CT, it was expected! THE NOT-SO-GOOD NEWS (it's really not that bad!): If they're slammed, which is often the case, your car may be there a while...check with them as to when is best to leave it or when to return with loaners (but I already mentioned that) more Saturday hours...they used to be open Saturdays, but no more (we hadn't been back for a while as both our vehicles were still under warranty, and recently, with the Volvo radiator, I was somewhat saddened to hear they no longer did Saturdays)...the telephone doesn't always get answered immediately (goes back to they're often slammed with work) best experience has been to physically stop by, even when I only want to see how busy they are so I can plan ahead as to when to bring something in
Jun 11, 2000
I was having problems with my air conditioner in the car. The compressor was not coming on. I went to the Ford dealership and recieved starting prices at $300. So I went to this place which was a referal of another place that I had found on this web site. I called and he laughed when I told him that Ford had told me I had a complicated air conditioning system and he told me it was one of the easiest ones. He told me I could bring it down that morning anytime (and it was Saturday). Now being a female I expected about the same from this place as from Ford and assumed he would give me a quote $50 less than Ford. I pulled in and he said okay let me take a look right away. He opened the hood and poked around for a few minutes (he even left me stand there and watch) then he pulled a plug out and bent a connector that was not touching what it was supposed to and YIPPY I had a fully functional air conditioner. When I asked him how much he said "NO CHARGE" Now that is an HONEST Mechanic!!!!
May 08, 2006
Ray is great. Always knows what to do, even if it contradicts the specialists (and he's right!) He wasn't always a mechanic and remembers what it's like to be taken advantage of. I trust him with all my cars and send all my friends to him.

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