I own a 2003 Saturn L200 with approx 108,000 miles on it. The battery had been giving me problems and the engine had been running "rough" for a while. But now, the car was really "dead." I called AAA for a jump start. The car wouldn't hold a charge. Also I had difficulty shifting into neutral, and the engine would rev when trying to start it while being jumped. I was told by AAA that at minimum, I needed a new alternator & a new battery, and the car may also be having transmission problems. I called my neighborhood garage, which comes highly recommended, & was given price quotes for a "diagnostic" and the likely needed repairs. The estimates had me convinced that my old Saturn had "passed" & was not worth fixing. I started researching & then shopping for a new/used car. I was very sad & distressed that I was going to have to invest in another car. Then my son suggested that I call Saul's. I did & after talking to a mechanic there, I decided to make a last ditch effort to see if it could be repaired at a price that was not more than the car was worth. I made arrangements with AAA to have my car towed to Saul's Autotek. I am extremely glad that I did! Turns out it did not need a new alternator, just needed the serpentine belt to the alternator, a brake flush and a new battery. The bill was just under $500 which was considerably less than I was anticipating. I was assured that I didn't need to buy another car, at least for the time being. The mechanic said "it's a good car with many more miles left in it." I was ecstatic! The car is now running great. I couldn't be more pleased as I've become quite attached to this old car. I won't go anywhere else but Saul's when I have automotive problems with either this car or my next. I bet you'll be glad if you are fortunate enough to find Saul's. (BTW, it's a little tough to find the place, but worth the effort.) I can't thank you enough, Saul's Autotek!