They fixed my misfiring problem which was nice. However, what they said they replaced were my ignition/inductor coils and wires. I had them replaced less than a year ago and now I'm thinking nothing may have been wrong and it may have simply been a loose wire that was giving me issues. In retrospect, I wish I had taken a look myself before taking it in and asked for the old parts to be sure they actually replaced it. Then, they told me I needed over $1,800 worth of repairs on my front end suspension and ball joints, bearings, and tie rods replaced. They told me it was dangerous to drive. I said "no" and took it to a mechanic at my parents' who has always been reliable and fixes my dad's trucks and tractors. He told me nothing needed to be replaced. Glad I didn't get swindled on that one.
We would like you to come back in to the shop so that we can get your car up in the air and show you that your front suspension is, in fact, unsafe. We take pride in the work that we do and we take vehicle safety very seriously. Please come down to the shop anytime and we will take time to show you the suspension problems. We will also show you the parts that we replaced and explain why these ignition components tend to fail on vehicles. Please feel free to call us anytime or stop in at your earliest convenience.