PHOTOS AND VIDEOS (1)
by Dee , 05/10/2012
The guys at Goodyear in Shakopee really take care of my truck. I have a 2003 Avalanche and they have kept it running for me for the last four years. Not only do they do my scheduled oil changes, but they have run my engine light codes, suspension issues and even some serious engine problems. And as a woman, I have never felt lied to or pressed to make a repair. They give me quotes for the work and when I ask if it's critical, I get a solid answer that allows me to decide when it's time to do the repair. I plan on driving this truck for a long time. Thanks Nick and all the guys at Goodyear Shakopee for taking such good care of my old truck!!!!
by Ballard , 04/04/2012
We have been dealing with Savage Good Year for car repairs for several years and it seems that whenever we have had any brake issues they would always tell us we needed to have the rotors replaced due to being warped. This is a standard statement when any of our three vehicles have been brought in for brake repair.The vehicle that I drive seems to be going through more brakes (pads & rotors) then most cars ever do. At least once a year we have been replacing the brakes (pads and rotors), so asked if we supplied the rotors if Good Year would install on the car. Good Year's answer was yes. We purchased the best rotors that we could buy for the car and brought them in last week. We asked that they install ceramic brake pads and the new rotors. When the car was picked up we were told that it would take a few days for the brakes to seed. But when driving home (nothing over 30mph) it was already pulsating when the brake was applied. The next morning going to work I noticed that when