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3822 S Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78704 map
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Thursday, June 3, 2010
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These guys know jeeps!‎
These guys recently did a major repair and tune up on my 2001 TJ. Radiator replacement, transmission overhaul, and removal of an intake manifold stud from the engine. Very quick and reliable. No BS. On top of it all, I think the jeep runs smoother than it ever has before. Thanks guys!‎

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will

will

Sunday, August 30, 2009
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YJ Buildup‎
I took my 95 Sahara in to Jeep Masters. It came back beautifully prepped and the work was very professionally done. I had some new rock bumpers and skid plates put on and they fixed some leaky seals and did some tuning work. It came out great, the work was reasonably priced. This shop knows Jeeps, gives good value and has some real pros turning the wrenches in the shop and good supervision. A great shop for a Jeep, modified or stock, if they stay focussed on customer service and pro work, they will continue to grow. I'll be bringing mine back in for some differential and suspension mods...good experience......Love this shop...wbf Austin texas‎

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JosephBlow

JosephBlow

Saturday, August 22, 2009
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Elated Customer
I traveled to Austin recently to participate in a week-long technical conference. I drove in from Houston, about 200 miles or so, on Sunday afternoon to attend a meeting that evening. My Jeep was overheating for much of the way, boiling coolant out through the overflow tank, and spraying it all over the inside of the engine compartment. I made it into Austin OK, and called my brother in law in Round Rock, north of Austin about 30 miles, and asked if he could pick-up a thermostat, a thermostat housing gasket, and a radiator cap. I left the meeting about 10:30 PM, and went to get the Jeep and go to Round Rock. I didn't make it onto the freeway before something failed in the engine emissions control system, causing the engine check light to come on and remain illuminated. My Jeep was running, but was now missing and surging in an alarming manner. I drove about 4 miles north and gave it up as a bad choice. I manged to limp back to the downtown hotel I was staying at, and parked in the hotel garage. I searched the internet for Jeep repair shops in Austin, and Jeep Masters came up first. Several other shops were listed as well, but Jeep Masters had a couple of strong points in their favor for me. Of all the other shops listed, they had the highest number of positive customer reviews, and they were located only 2 1/2 miles south of the hotel location. I called them Monday AM and spoke to Cecil, who suggested they could tow my Jeep in if it wasn't operable, but in any event to bring it on and they would take a look at it that day. I was able to get some help, and dropped the Jeep off around 10:00 AM. I called Jeep Masters at 2:00 PM, and they had already completed a very comprehensive diagnosis to determine the engine condition, specifically looking for a blown head gasket or cracked head. They described several tests I was aware of, and a couple I had not heard of before. Hearing the descriptions, I was convinced they had done what they were telling me. They did determine the overheating was caused by the radiator cap not holding pressure, as I had suspected. They found a bad throttle position sensor that was setting the check engine light; the hot coolant had gotten into the wiring and shorted out the sensor. They also found a couple of other, non-related items that I optioned to go ahead and take care of, since they had access at the time (bad ignition cables and rotor, and throttle body contamination buildup). So, they replaced the radiator cap, the thermostat and thermostat housing gasket, flushed the coolant system and replaced the coolant, changed the oil, replaced the ignition wiring, and cleaned the throttle body. After I picked up the Jeep and drove back to the hotel, it ran better than it did back home in Houston before the trip, and no sign of overheating. But here's the really amazing part: I asked them what the charge would be, expecting a really high number. After all, I was from out of town, there for only a week, and essentially stranded without my vehicle, and these fellows did rather a lot of work. The estimate was only $650! Moreover, when I paid the totaled bill, the amount only came to $604, not the $650 original estimate, AND the Jeep was ready that afternoon before 6:00 PM! They only had it in the shop from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM; with an hour for lunch, that means they worked the diagnosis, affected repair, cleaned up, and performed a test drive, all in 7 hours! I am back home in Houston now, and my Jeep ran very well all the way back. I would highly recommend this shop to any Jeep owner who finds they have engine issues. They are fast, honest, accurate in their work, and very fair in their pricing. For all this, I'd rate these guys 6 stars if I could, but most definitely 5 stars!

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Pros: Service is fast, accurate, honest, & reasonably priced
Cons: They aren't closer to Houston
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Koto

Koto

Thursday, August 13, 2009
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Expensive and mis-diagnosed
I had what is called a death wobble on my 04 Jeep Wrangler. They said a wheel alignment typically would handle this. They called, later, telling me that I would need several other items for a LOT of money. (one of which was a tire roation for 49 bucks, I get those for free at brake check). I told them to just do the alignment. as I couldn't afford all the stuff they wanted me to get.

Later I picked the Jeep up and still had the "death wobble". I told my semi-car-literate friend about the situation, he took one look at the wheels and said I needed them balanced. I went to Discount Tire and for 10 bucks a wheel I got them all balanced. Guess what?NO MORE DEATH WOBBLE! 40 bucks fixed the problem. And I was fixin to spend hundreds at Jeep Master to fix items that may not have even been the real cause!

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Pros: friendly
Cons: expensive and wrong
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DavidRedwine

Saturday, May 9, 2009
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Wow! Honesty, Integrity, Fast,...‎
I cant say enough great things about Ray and Beau at JeepMasters. I had a Valve cover replaced, a transmission swapped out, the rear brake hardware replaced, transfer case resealed, a new exhaust manifold put on and injectors flushed. At any other place (dealer), I might have expected to pay about $5000, at JeepMasters it was $2200 for all this work and they did in in less than 1.5 days. They found a lot of ways to save me money, like combining the transmission work with the manifold work, so they could eliminate some of those labor costs (due to some labor that is duplicated in those two procedures). These guys are not only excellent mechanics, but their honesty and integrity cannot be beat in this area. Just to compare, let me say a dealership in Georgetown told me that my Valve cover leak was a "rear main seal" and wanted to charge me $1200. At JeepMasters I paid $75 to replace the true source of the oil leak, the valve cover gasket. At the "other dealer" I also ...

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Primary Phone: (512) 326-3555,
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Hours Open
Thursday 8:00am to 6:00pm
Friday 8:00am to 6:00pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
Monday 8:00am to 6:00pm
Tuesday 8:00am to 6:00pm
Wednesday 8:00am to 6:00pm