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Old 29 Apr 2006, 04:09 pm
Enrico Fermi
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Default Houston Bay Area Honda Technician

Wife's '98 Civic engine light illuminated and she took the car to the local
Honda franchise. We just moved here and
don't know our way around. The service writer mistakenly phoned me and
his concerns about her muffler bearings and warped rotors. Discretion being
the better part of valor, I didn't get involved. The car is fixed, but it is
time to find a sharp independent technician for our two Hondas. All
referrals will be accepted gratefully. Please reply to the group. I've got a
new e-mail address and am not getting spam. I hope to keep it that way.

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