About Tune Tech Fairview

Meet your friendly neighborhood mechanics!

Tune Tech has been providing automotive repair, diagnostic and maintenance services to Treasure Valley's motorists since 1978. Our skilled ASE certified technicians and service advisors are experts in your automotive's needs and can help with any year, make and model of vehicle.


History of Tune Tech Fairview

Tune Tech was founded in 1978 at this location by Boisean and car enthusiast Rob Williams. As it grew, he expanded to multiple locations throughout the Treasure Valley. Over the years, Rob sold his ownership of the other locations and ran this original Tune Tech location on Fairview for many years. Almost a decade ago, Rob sold the business to long-time employee Bob Brobst. Bob retired in 2016 and the current owners — John and Pamela Hallenberger and Chris and Lindsie Bergevin — are continuing the commitment to excellence that has been a part of Tune Tech since the beginning.


Tyler Richardson

Employee since 2024
Service advisor since 2022, maintenance and customer service since 2014
Hobbies: spending time with family, golfing, working on and riding his KTM 350 motorcycles, tinkering on cars
First car: 1989 Ford Bronco
Dream car: 2021 Porsche GT 3RS


Blaine Harris

Employee since 2014
Mechanic since 1989
Specializes in engine repair and rebuilds
Hobbies: Car restoration, fly fishing, fly tying
First car: 1968 Chevy pickup
Dream car: A tossup between a 1957 Chevy drag racer and a 1977 GMC shortbox


KC Knight

Employee since 2021
Mechanic since 2021
NAPA AutoCare Apprentice
Ada County Emissions certified tester
Hobbies: boating and spending time with his wife and daughters
First car: 1992 Geo Metro
Dream car: 1967 Dodge Challenger


Dylan Colt

Employee since 2024
Mechanic since 2017
Veteran of the US Air Force, with experience in military vehicle maintenance; served in South Korea and the UK
Hobbies: cars, music and piano, drawing, spending time with his wife
First car: 1992 Subaru Loyale
Dream car: 2015 Subaru BRZ with LS3 engine


Tom Buchanan

Employee since 2024 
Mechanic since 2018
Hobbies: Off-roading in his 20003 Expedition, RC cars
First car: 1978 Mercury Cougar
Dream car: A toss up between a 1968 Dodge Charger RT with a hemi, and a 1968 Ford Mustang Mach 1 fast back cobra jet


Chris & Lindsie Bergevin

Chris has more than a decade of experience supervising employees and finding efficient solutions in a variety of settings. He has a rich background in technically skilled employment, working as a hod carrier assisting masons, installing tile and stone at high-end job sites, constructing homes, building roads and infrastructure, and more. Chris has his CDL and has experience driving semi-trucks with doubles and triples, front end loaders, and articulated earth-moving trucks. Chris has a passion for automobiles that started at an early age and resulted in his involvement in the start-up and development of The Shop: Auto Repair and Restoration, which he ran with the other Tune Tech owners from 2012-2015. He is an aviation enthusiast and proud member of the EAA. His first car was a 1955 Buick Roadmaster.

Lindsie has more than a decade of experience in marketing and graphic design, in both her work for Tune Tech and other clients. She previously worked as a Senior Designer at the Idaho Statesman for many years before starting her own graphic design studio. Lindsie earned her bachelor's degree from Brigham Young University-Idaho in Communication. Her first car as an adult was a 2000 VW Beetle.


John & Pamela Hallenberger

John manages operations at Tune Tech with Chris and also has a strong passion for cars, trucks, boats and bikes. In 2022, he retired from the Army Reserves/National Guard after a successful 20 years. He trained in wheel mechanics when he joined the Army Reserves in high school and has previously worked for the Army as a 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.

Pamela has worked as an accountant in various capacities for more than 20 years. She has previously worked as an accountant for the Ada County Sheriff’s Office for a number of years before The Shop began, and also provided accounting services for a real estate business start-up. She earned her master’s degree in Accounting with an emphasis in audit from Brigham Young University in 2002. Her favorite car as an adult was a 1983 Ford Festiva, fondly nicknamed "The Gerbil."

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