Rob's Automotive & Collision

  • 4.7 of 5 stars
1 reviews

2700 Veterans Hwy, Bristol, PA 19007, us

(215) 826-9200


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Does body work
Offers loaner cars
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 08, 2007
I had the misfortune of having to replace the fuel filter on my 1998 Chrylser Sebring. Unfortunately, you have to drop the gas tank to replace the gas filter. My mechanic replaced the filter, but probably used a slightly damaged clip to hold the filter to the gas tank. It held for a week in local driving in the Lansing, Michigan area. It also managed a 600 mile trip from Okemos, Michigan to my parents' house in Philadelphia and 3 trips over some very rough roads to the hardware store to purchase home repair supplies. At a stop sign it stalled and I couldn't start it. As other cars were driving around me, someone was nice enough to yell "get out of the car, you're leaking gas." After calling 911 to report the gas spill, I called my sister for a mechanic recommendation. She said she heard good things about Pep Boys. But, alas, the complex combination of spacers, O-rings, and clamps was just too much for their skilled mechanics. The next day, when I got my car back, I started back to Michigan. As I tried to kick it into passing gear on the Northeast extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike, I noticed a significant loss of power. No matter how much I floored it just didn't seem to want to go. By now I was used to the phrase "get out of the car, you're leaking gas." I pulled over at mile marker 23 on the Northeast Extension and was towed back to Rob's. They told me the O-rings, spacers, and clamps were assembled in the wrong order and that was the cause of the failure. The repair bill was quite reasonable including the towing charge. They offer on site Avis car rental at a special rate for repair customers. The size of the fuel filter probably relieves the original owner from ever having to replace it, but I don't think that Chrysler is making many friends in the used car market with this engineering idea. I don't think I will ever buy another Chrysler.

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