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- February 14, 2008 at 5:32 pm #255988Guest
good Friday Morning Maria
I could not resist answering this one. As an ex-wife of a mechanic it depends. A new vehicle on warranty should be done at the dealers. If the car is no longer on warranty or was bought used you need to shop around for a reliable mechanic that will do the repairs that need to be done and not charge an arm and a leg.
My current vehicle (2000 Ford Windstar) is no longer on warranty but I still take it back to were I purchased it as there are things he knows how to repair. Other wise I would take it to the mechanic my sister goes to who is quite reasonable and really knows his way around a vehicle.You need to find out from family and friends were they take their vehicles to and check them out – try a small minor repair that you know will not cost you a lot to have done, and see how well that shop does.
Gail N.E. PA.
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