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Nothing beats experience!!PariaMan wrote:Had a squeak that was very loud
I went to my regular mechanic he said cradle bushing
Went to milage mark the said bushing good maybe bushing at bottom of shocks but go by mechanic to take down shocks to check it
Went by a older very experienced mechanic he diagnosed it as the ball joint
Changed those and van never ran smoother and quieter
That's the same treatment I got..there are the honest ones but they are few and far between and very hard to find..Kenjo wrote:Between scamming and just all out not knowing what they are doing some mechanics have no ethics and there is no regulation by so some mechanics get away with anything and all they hit you is the shrug shoulder
As far as the accident history of the car,I don't suspect there to be any..I bought the car from an auto rental company in POS that does long term rentals..Strugglerzinc wrote:Unless there was an accident, it is extremely unlikely a 3 year old vehicle would have both front and rear camber so far off as to need a camber kit to fix. The civic has no factory camber adjustments but once reasonably within factory specs it's usually fine.
95% sure you've been scammed.
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