Tune Tech has been providing high-quality automotive repair, diagnostic and maintenance services to Boise and Treasure Valley’s motorists since 1978. We are dedicated to providing professional, honest service in a timely manner. Our skilled ASE certified technicians and front-desk staff are experts in automotive needs and can help with any year, make and model of vehicle. All of our parts and repairs are backed by our 24,000 mile, 24-month warranty.
Tune Tech is also a certified Ada County emissions retest and repair center.
Tune Tech was founded in 1978 at this location by Rob Williams. He started it as a Tunex franchise and eventually expanded to multiple locations throughout the Treasure Valley. In mid-1980s, Rob broke away from Tunex and renamed the business as Tune Tech. He eventually sold his ownership of the other locations and ran this Tune Tech on Fairview for many years. Almost a decade ago, Rob sold the business to long-time employee and manager Bob Brobst. Bob retired in January 2016 and the new owners — John and Pamela Hallenberger and Chris and Lindsie Bergevin — are excited to continue the commitment to excellence that has been a part of Tune Tech since the beginning.
Blaine is from Nampa, Idaho, and has been working on a wide genre of cars for more than 25 years, from daily drivers to drag cars. He specializes in motor repair and rebuilding, as well as rear assemblies. Blaine is also skilled in auto body repair and painting. In his free time he likes to work on his personal car projects, fly fish and tie his own flies. His first car was a 1968 Chevy pickup. His dream car is a tossup between his current 1957 Chevy drag car and his 1977 GMC shortbox.
Ryan is from Boise, Idaho, and while he recently started working professionally as a technician, he has been working on his own project cars for the last 12 years. Ryan is currently working on his Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering from BYU-Idaho’s online program. His hobbies include working on his own project cars and taking walks with his wife and daughter. His first car was a 1993 Subaru Legacy. His dream car is a 1966 Ford Mustang GT 500 fastback.
David is from Boise, Idaho, and has a love for cars (and working on them) that started when he was 14 years old. He is detail-oriented and skilled at project management, working in management roles since 2015. David earned his Bachelor of Science in Organizational Psychology from BYU-Idaho in 2014. In his free time he likes to build Model A Fords, explore the outdoors and spend time with his wife. His first car was a 1971 GMC Suburban. His dream car is a 1971 Plymouth Barracuda.
Chris oversees the operations at Tune Tech, helping wherever is needed. He has 10 years of experience managing teams and finding efficient solutions in a variety of settings. He has a rich background in technically skilled employment, working as a hod carrier/mason, installing tile at multi-million dollar job sites, constructing homes, and more. Chris has his CDL and has experience driving semi-trucks with doubles and triples and tanker endorsements. He also worked as an operator building roads and infrastructure with front end loaders, dozers, track hoes, articulated earth-moving trucks and other heavy equipment. Chris has a passion for automobiles that started at an early age attending car shows with his family. He learned how to work on machines and fix things, first on the farm in Eastern Idaho and then at Ron’s American Car Care in Jerome, Idaho. In 2012 he started The Shop: Auto Repair and Restoration with the other Tune Tech owners. He is a certified aviation enthusiast and all-around creative mind. His first car was a 1955 Buick Roadmaster (which he still takes out for ice cream in the summers). Chris can’t pick a favorite car because there are too many to list on this page.
Lindsie has a decade of experience in marketing and graphic design, managing the marketing efforts at Tune Tech as well as running her own design firm. She helps her clients expand their audience through effective design in print and online. Lindsie earned her bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University-Idaho in Communication with a minor in Graphic Design. She loves to quilt and cook in her free time when she isn’t chasing after her toddler. Her first car was a 1990 Geo Prism. Her dream car is a 1956 Porche Speedster.
Like Chris, John wears multiple hats at Tune Tech — spending his time as a technician and helping customers in the front office. He gained invaluable experience managing operations at The Shop with Chris (prior to owning Tune Tech) and is excited for the future of Tune Tech. He has 15 years in the Army Reserves/National Guard and is currently an assistant platoon sergeant (managing 30 when needed) and a squad leader (managing 8) in the Idaho Army National Guard. He trained in wheel mechanics when he joined the Army Reserves in high school and has recently worked for the Army as a tank mechanic. As a convoy commander during his 2010-11 deployment to Iraq, his responsibilities included managing up to 30 soldiers in combat situations throughout western Iraq. John has been around motorcycles and cars since he was a small kid riding dirt bikes in the foothills of Boise. His first car was a 1976 GMC pickup. His dream car is a 2005 Ford F350 4-door 7.3L Powerstroke.
Pamela has worked as an accountant in various capacities for more than 10 years. She worked as an accountant for the Ada County Sheriff’s Office for five years before The Shop began, gaining experience in budgeting, auditing, and accounting systems. She provided accounting services for a real estate business start-up after college. She graduated with her master’s degree in Accounting with an emphasis in audit from Brigham Young University in 2002. Pamela enjoys music, teaching and spending time with her six young children. She occasionally gets to drive her first and dream car, a 1991 Ford Festiva, fondly called The Gerbil.