I called them and Nate answered. I told him that I wanted a second opinion on my 2009 Silverado. I had just taken it in at Taylor Chevrolet for an oil change and they lightly skimmed over the possibility of a leaky steering gearbox and said it was going to cost $700 to fix. When talking with Nate, he said he’d just take a look at it real quick to see if it really was a leak from the steering gear box. He came back ten minutes later and explained that it could be the hoses and o-rings causing the leak. I asked him how much it might cost and he said let me just go take another look at it for pricing. He came back again and said he tightened a bolt that is holding a bracket that holds the hoses onto the gearbox. He said that’s probably why it was leaking. I asked him how much it would cost for the diagnosis and he said, “nothing, just leave me a good review.” So here I am! These guys have also worked on a couple of our vehicles in the past and I trust these guys’ experience over a dealership.
Thank you Nathan. We really appreciate you taking the time to leave us your feedback and we are glad that we could help you get your Chevy running like normal again.
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