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Old 04-18-2014, 11:00 AM
 
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Hi Friends,
I am back to the forum and seek your suggestions.
I am looking for a reliable and reasonable auto mechanic for my 2010 Honda CRV.
Though I always get my work done at Honda Service stations, of late I have started feeling that they charge too high. I got my Front brakes replaced from them and they also charged for the rotors which I later felt didnt need any work. Now I have been told that the power steering fluid is leaking and rack & pinion assembly needs to be replaced along with the rear brakes, giving me an estimate of $1400 (1100 + 287).
Do you suggest I should get the work done from the Honda Service station or anywhere else.

Thanks in advance for suggestions.
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Old 04-18-2014, 01:13 PM
 
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Hi Friends,
I am back to the forum and seek your suggestions.
I am looking for a reliable and reasonable auto mechanic for my 2010 Honda CRV.
Though I always get my work done at Honda Service stations, of late I have started feeling that they charge too high. I got my Front brakes replaced from them and they also charged for the rotors which I later felt didnt need any work. Now I have been told that the power steering fluid is leaking and rack & pinion assembly needs to be replaced along with the rear brakes, giving me an estimate of $1400 (1100 + 287).
Do you suggest I should get the work done from the Honda Service station or anywhere else.

Thanks in advance for suggestions.

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Old 04-18-2014, 07:55 PM
 
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Thanks. Will try it out
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