I have been to 5 different shops. All they want to do is replace this
and then that I don't have that kind of money to spend with 3 kids. If I
could find out what is wrong then fix it is all I ask.
THANK YOU WOODY
Well it has been my exp. that the dealerships are usually a bad place to go.
I recommend talking with friends and colleagues who have older cars and ask
them where they go to have there repairs done and why. If you find a couple
of people who are using the same shop with good results give them a go. Try
your local paper and see if there are not any upstarting shops advertising.
They maybe advertising for new mechanics etc.. I had found a new shop once
and I will tell you that was the best exp. I have ever had with car repair.
Remember the independant shops live and die by word of mouth and good
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