I had to purchase a new vehicle after they ""fixed"" our smog issue. We got the California BAR grant to help with the cost of repairing or smog issue in our truck. This was the ONLY place in town that would honor the grant. Although being told by a friend that the place was less than honorable we were stuck. They quoted that they would have the truck back in 5 days... Nearly two weeks later they tell us the truck is fixed. As we were heading over Pacheco Pass the engine started spraying radiator fluid from the back of the intake manifold, which was the part that we were told had to be removed and cleaned to fix the smog issue. After being broke down with two children one 8, the other not even two, for four hours at night my father was able to come rescue us. Precision was more than happy to take and look back over the truck, they called stating that it had nothing to do with what they did but that they would fix it for nothing, yeah right, that is how a business makes money. \r
When we got it back the second time, the truck now runs worse than it has ever ran. It stalls, there is now water in the oil, oh yeah and Precision didn't put at least 3 of the intake manifold bolts back in, most likely causing the manifold to warp. \r
If you want to have to purchase a new vehicle because of the ""repairs"" a company does, then by all means take it to these guys. I am the third person whom has reported them to the Better Business Bureau do to repair services. \r
Just don't take your vehicle here if you value your money, we basically paid these guys $300 of our cash, and the $500 grant from California, to destroy the engine of our truck.