5
Lee Myles Autocare Group

These people are so honest. They dont try to talk you into what you dont need. Did a great job. Kind. Price so good. I will definitely return here!

5
Lee Myles Autocare Group

Good service

5
Lee Myles Autocare Group

I recently left a poor review because I thought car wash was owned by lee Myles. I’m super sorry for mistake. If i were to review their service and speed of work on vehicles it’s amazing. Always friendly and always done in a timely manor

5
Lee Myles Autocare Group

Lee Myles has been nothing but amazing for us. We have had random air conditioning issues with our Nissan Quest and they went above and beyond to dive in and find the problems. We would recommend them hands down to any friend. They have also efficiently fixed a wheel barring for us as well. We love lee Myles.

5
Lee Myles Autocare Group

Shaun and his crew are fantastic. We came in with a hard to find leak in the evaporative system. They worked and researched until the problem was solved. Other shops said yes you have a problem and would do the easy fixes, never finding the ultimate solution. I would recommend this shop for all your car maintenance needs.

5
Lee Myles Autocare Group

Finally, a car mechanic you can trust to fix your vehicle in a timely manner, affordable and honest work! I have taken my car to several reputable auto shops and none of them can find the real issue to my car problem. I'm so happy I have found them! Thank you Dominic & team!

5
Lee Myles Autocare Group

I came in thinking that I needed a transmission fluid change at 52,000 miles. But the manager Richie Russo double checked and found out it's not needed until 90,000 miles. A very honest company.

5
Lee Myles Autocare Group

Great service and great price ...will come back again

5
Lee Myles Autocare Group

This is a follow up to let others know that I did call Lee Myles transmission back to advise him that it was me who stupidly drained the transmission fluid thinking it was the engine oil. I was really aggravated that even his inspection Team could not determine why a Transmission with no fluid in it will of course not operate. Lee is a extremely nice guy. He did tell me that he saw some evidence of fluid on the dip stick. I also told him to check the transmission he pulled for fluid. He responded that he did pulled the pan and that there was some fluid spotted. He did not say it was full, 1/2 full or even partially full. What does "some fluid spotted" Mean? I would not even be writing this review if he would have accepted some responsibility for wrong doings. I was forthright in admitting how stupidly wrong I was, I expect no less from him. You be the judge!

5
Lee Myles Autocare Group

This is my first review ever. I really performed a very stupid mistake. In my attempt to change my oil and filter on my 2000 Montero. I crawled under neath and drained the Transmission fluid thinking it was the Engine oil pan. I then put back in another 4 1/2 qts of engine oil in the engine. After checking the Engine oil dip stick, I realized it was overfilled. By how much, I didn't know at the time. I started the vehicle up to circulate the oil. It still showed overfilled. I put it into gear to test drive for leaks. It would go into gear and right back out. Thinking...oh great, the transmission is acting up. I shut the engine down and I called Lee Myles transmission after searching local internet. He couldn't help me over the phone but, for a $85 tow and a $98 insp.fee, he would advise me of the problem. Well, he called me back and said I needed a new transmission. I didn't even know at that moment that I was the one who drained the transmission. It was when I got it back that I had to correct a smoking engine from being overfilled with an additional 4-1/2 qts of oil. That's when I realized what a stupid mistake I had made earlier by draining the Transmission. YOU might think twice about taking your vehicle to Lee Myles Auto care and Transmission. That stupid mistake did not cost Lee Myles a total of $2200.00...So much for that $98.00 inspection fee!