Weaver Brothers Garage

  • 5.0 of 5 stars
3 reviews

3540 Nw 39th St, Oklahoma City, OK 73119, us

(405) 942-4424


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Keeps track of your cars repair history for you
Has ASE certified mechanics
Road tests vehicles when appropriate
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)
Jul 22, 2003
Kenny, the shop's owner, has had the shop for many years, and worked for Mr. Weaver before that. He is very easy to talk to, has a great appreciation for his customers, and keeps his shop from being overbooked fairly well. The only thing that I do not like about the shop is that they smoke in the garage. I am finding that is pretty common. The pluses of the garage outweigh that for me. We have dealt with him for years and with a variety of cars. He has checked out many of them before we bought them, steered us away from some and toward others. He simply does a very fine job.
May 20, 2006
Ask for Brown! Ken Brown has worked on several vehicles for our family over the years, including our teenage son's 1972 Plymouth Satellite. They are always trustworthy, only doing what is necessary to fix the problem. When an expensive repair was needed, Brown would offer a less expensive, temporary fix, to take care of the problem until we could afford the complete repair. A friend recently went to a dealer for the "check engine" light. The dealer wanted $80 just to hook up to the computer. Weaver's found the chip was loose and fixed it at no charge! Now that we're driving newer vehicles, we don't have to go in as often as in the past. However, Weaver's was a life saver when it came to keeping or older vehiles on the road. We highly recommend them!
Aug 09, 2006
This is a rave review and a big thank you to Kenny and his brother Jimmy. I am new in town and the Jeep was starting and dying intermittently on second start-up. Knowing no one, I figured at least the dealership could give me a real picture of the problem before I was stuck in 109 degree Oklahoma sunshine in the middle of nowhere or Edmond having to wait an hour and 23 minutes for a tow truck to show up. The dealer took ten minutes - which I would normaly love -- and told me the fuel pump was going to go momentarily and they would graciously replace it for the munificent sum of $953! Well I didn't even get on that turnip truck and I wasn't about to let the dealership touch that pump. Oh, buy the way, the dealership charged me $78 (not included in the $952) to diagnose the problem. Then I remembered the Mechanic Files here, and looked up Weavers Gargare. A bit of a trek, but not that far. Kenny said that IF it was the fuel pump, he could do it for under $500. So already he's a saint in my book. Did I mention that I lost my job 3 months ago, and that kind of money means I can eat and pay rent in the same month! Well, after they drove me home from the garage, they tried to get the ol' steed to repeat the problem for 2 full days. Jimmy noticed carbon build up on the throttle plate and cleaned it off. When I went to pick up the car, they charged me $36! (Oh, yeah, they came to pick me up too) And charged me NOTHING for the diagnostic. Guess where my 1997 Jeep Grand Chariot will be going from now on for everything!!!Right, Weavers Garage. Thank you, Kenny. Thank you, Jimmy. The car hasn't acted up or died even once. Oh, yeah. I went back to the dealership and demanded my diagnostic money back. After 20 minutes of being told that that thousand dollar WRONG diagnostic was "really just an estimate" and what if the fuel pump went in the next three days (It's been three weeks. It hasn't) they ungraciously refunded half. So the bad diagnosis from the dealership cost $4 more than the wonderful care from Weaver's. Like I said, this is a RAVE review!

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