I have been working on my own cars for over 40 years, but did not have the time to work on my daughter's 2000 Mit Galant. I took her car to Fat Joe's in November 2012 to replace leaking oil seals and to replace the timing belt and water pump. A few weeks later, I had to take the vehicle back to FJ’s due to an engine light and a misfire code. I specifically asked FJ’s to check the timing on the motor. Picked the car up after having the original work rechecked and it was still missing and running poorly. I finally broke down and took the car to Don Herring Mitsubishi in Irving where I have always had good service, quality work performed, but a bit more pricey. I spoke with Ebby, the Service Mgr and Ivan, the lead mechanic. I explained my situation and left the car with them and said "Fix It". Ebby and Ivan always provide excellent service and are very professional. Ivan spent an entire day working on the vehicle, and whala!, found the problem, The timing was approximately 4 notches off time. Ivan reset the timing. The car ran great and the engine light was off. I was trying to save a few bucks by taking my daughter's car to FJ's instead of the dealer. Ultimately, the dealer had to fix it anyway, and overall it cost me twice as much to fix the problem. The only positive note, when I took this up with Joe, the owner, he did at least reimburse me for the labor costs (but not parts). The shotty work performed by FJ's was a tremendous inconvenience, cost me twice as much in aggravation and dollars, and we are very fortunate the engine was not severely damaged due to the timing error. I will never trust FJ's with another of my vehicles again. It may have just been a sloppy mechanic, but take your vehicle to FJ's at your own risk.