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Since 1977

When You Need It Right!

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When You Need It Right Call Tyner's Truck Repair & Auto Repair. We specialize in Fleet Trucks, Personal Auto and Truck Care. We also do auto repair & service, brake service and engines-diesel. We are near the Athens Ben Epps Airport off Winterville Road.
Hours
Regular Hours
Mon - Fri:
Sat - SunClosed
Brands
AC Delco, Detroit Diesel
Payment method
master card, visa, discover, check, debit, amex
Amenities
Affordable Rates,Towing,24 Hour Service Availability
Categories
Auto Repair & Service, Brake Repair, Diesel Engines, Towing, Truck Service & Repair
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Tony J.

12/21/2016

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I own a 2003 Ford E-350 diesel van with the 7.3L Powerstroke engine, and I live in Seattle but I occasionally drive to Athens. I've found Mr. Tyner and his crew to be so excellent and professional in all they do that I now put off all maintenance on my vehicle until I can have Mr. Tyner's team do it rather than bring it to any shop near where I live....that's how good they are and that's the level of trust that I have in them. When they say they've done a service, I know that it was done correctly and I won't need to worry about anything. If you want a job done right, come here.

Brian D.

08/27/2015

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If you drive a Diesel of any kind and live within an hour of Athens you need to check out Tyner's. Mr. Tyner is amazing and honest. I was referred to them and was told that my truck needed new fuel injectors and to expect to pay between 2,500 and 3,300 dollars for the job. Mr. Tyner ran computer codes, ask me about five questions and told me all I needed was a new Injector Control Pressure Sensor. He said he did not have one but to take it back to Pilgrim's Auto ( the people who had sent me to him ) and they did the work for $230.00 for everything. I would have gladly paid 3,000 dollars to fix & protect my 7.3 but because of Mr. Tyner's honesty I have a truck with 580K miles on it, running like a new one for less than 300 bucks.