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Swisher Diesel and Automotive is an RV Repair and Service center providing recreational vehicle support to the Buena Vista, CO area.
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Class A - Diesel
Posted: 2011-07-27 00:00:00
Trouble with our engine bucking and choking, indicating possible fouled diesel fuel and clogged filters. All fuel filters changed, new air filter, checked other items on the coach that were a concern. Lubed coach, checked and filled axle hubs, changed engine oil and filters. This guy works from 7AM to 9 PM, 6 or 7 days a week. He is a thorough, competent mechanic and NOT a parts changer. We carry most of our own filters and fluids, but had not had the chance to order a new air filter for this coach, which we had recently purchased. His office staff ordered it for us without having to be asked, because they knew it was the right thing to service at this time. Reasonable labor rate, took 3 days to get all our items completed because he had to work on our rig between emergency calls. He is in great demand and has a superb reputation in the community. everyone we spoke to seems to know him and calls him a great guy. We think so, too.
Class A - Diesel
Posted: 2011-03-04 00:00:00
Just moved to Buena Vista and needed yearly maintenance on 40' bus. They were polite, through and knowledgeable. Book said I was due for wheel repack by time but not mileage. They pulled one wheel and said see you next time. Changed filters, oil, checked tires, lube, checked coolant pH, etc. Charged $85 for one hour of labor. Would have been in and out in one day but NAPA had to order air filter. Met me on Saturday morning to pickup bus. Didn't have bill ready. So, they said see you Monday morning. Nothing like living in a small town. They had never seen me before. They got my business as long as I live here.