Michigan Motor Exchange
Both very Satisfied with Service from Michigan Motor Exchange
In the summer of 2010 both I and my father%u2019s boat engines went bad. My 1973 inboard blew a head gasket and began arcing between 2 cylinders which then caused the cylinder head to crack and began dumping water into the crankcase. My father%u2019s boat had a hydraulic valve lifter go bad (froze and stopped rotating) which then caused the camshaft to wear and pushed metal shavings throughout the engine and you know what happens after that. Took both boats to Michigan Motor Ex in Waterford Mich. We received excellent service from a very courteous staff, the work was done on pretty much within the time frame and they also tried to save me some money off the original estimate by reusing some original parts. I declined that offer since the boat is already there, and instructed them to just put on all new parts. They also repaired a leaking transmission seal for me free of charge. Afterwards I had a few questions regarding the maintenance of the rebuilt engines, they politely and patiently answered my questions. We were very satisfied with the service.