Sig’s Automotive

14 Elaine Dr, O'Fallon, MO 63366, USA

About Sig’s Automotive

4.7 / 5

from reviews

    Zachary Montgomery
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    December 04, 2023

    These dudes are the BEST in the area hands down. Very friendly, super knowledgeable, and their customer service is top notch. They will take care of you!

    Andrew Peanick
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    July 28, 2023

    If you like paying high priced diagnostics fees I would think about going somewhere else. I've had Sig's do multiple repairs in the past and have always thought they were kinda high but good workmanship. Ater my last visit I can't justify the almost $300 for them to tell me what they think the problem is.

    rev geno
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    February 12, 2024

    Best place around. Professional friendly staff and quality workmanship and knowledge

    Duane Heymann
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    March 14, 2024

    If I could give this place a no stars I would. Reason I say this is I took my 05 Corvette into their shop for flywheel issues, I drop it off and get a call the next day that they had wrecked my car. They put it on the alignment lift and had the car in reverse (it's an 05 and needs to be in reverse to turn the accessories off) and went out to check the mileage on it, mind you there are 2 safer ways to do this than the option they chose, one is you can hold down the accessory button for 5 seconds and the dash flashes up or two you can simply turn the headlights on and the odometer pops up. These guys chose to open my door and proceed to reach in and press the start button, taking a chance that the clutch safety mechanisms were working properly (my car is a manual) mind you I've only owned the car for 3 weeks and as my father taught me when I was little you never turn or press an ignition on a manual car without it being in neutral or the clutch being engaged. So I had no clue that the clutch safety mechanisms were removed by previous owners, so the guy stands OUTSIDE of my car and presses the ignition and to his surprise the car starts up in reverse and I'm gathering the E-Brake wasnt engaged because I've tried to take off before and forgot it was up and it immediately kills the car, it proceeds to back off of the lift and rips my door off and backs into another car in the parking lot. I understand the safety features should have been on it but I had no knowledge of them not being there, BUT as professionals and so called "Corvette" specialists, you would think they would take precautions by at least sitting in the vehicle before pressing a start button just in case something like this were to happen. So I went and looked at my car and it was a mess; my car now has an accident report on it and has decreased in value so I asked if they could at least fix my flywheel for parts cost and no labor since that would be a professional common courtesy to do for someone after you cause an accident to their vehicle, they denied that and in fact denied working on my car all together and deemed it "to dangerous to work on" which to me if you have common sense to do things safely no car should be "to dangerous to work on". Thus leaving me to find another mechanic and having to wait to get it fixed and the body shop not wanting to do body work to it until the flywheel was fixed so they didnt damage it even more, leading to their insurance cutting my rental off halfway through and causing me to further pay for that the remaining days it took, finally after 2 months I have my car back. So if you take your vehicle here dont expect them to take saftey precautions, and dont expect common courtesy if they damage it either, they will more than likely send you and your original problem on your way, their insurance is probably the only good thing about them, even then they denied some damages caused by these... mechanics. UPDATE: 5-26-20 I never got around to this update but also last year after doing some research I did find that the "clutch safety switch" on the 05 Corvette does indeed fail after these guys told me that they dont and that someone had bypassed the mechanism so it wasnt their fault. Turns out that was very untrue I found that my saftey switch was sticking down when pressed down, if you reached under there and pulled it back out everything worked as it should, I also made a video of it last year before I replaced it with a new one showing this. So in fact it was a mechanical failure was not anybody bypassing the switch, all in all it was these guys fault a negligence to not actually get into the car before pressing start, that my car was wrecked.

    Charles Shepard
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    September 02, 2023

    I was told I would be there all day, I was out in two hours. There is not a waiting area so plan accordingly. I added an inspection and they still got it done within my time frame. I will be taking my truck back for all my repairs.

    Sig’s Automotive

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    14 Elaine Dr, O'Fallon, MO 63366, USA

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