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Old 13 Oct 2007, 12:06 pm
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1. transmission fluid change.2. cut both front rotors.3. replace motor mounts.4. air filter.please include what you think price will be and what you think labor should be. Thank you so much. The reason for this is because I just took my 2000 honda civic automatic to get an oil change, and first off he says my motor mounts are worn, then he calls and says my front rotors need to be cut, then when I actually pick up the car he says my transmission fluid is dirty. Just about 3 months ago pep boys checked it and said it was a little low but it was clean so I just don't know what to believe. Obviously I need to have it all checked which I am having done tomorrow morning, but just want advice on pricing.... thanks everyone.
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Old 13 Oct 2007, 12:10 pm
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Infinity billion dollars
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Old 13 Oct 2007, 12:12 pm
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I've never heard of motor mounts wearing out and especially never heard of rotors being cut. What would you cut on a rotor? It's just a metal disc. Take it to somebody else for a 2nd opinion.Flushing the transmission will probably be around $80.Air filters are cheap and easy. I think Wal-Mart replaces it for free when you get an oil change. You can buy a filter for $10 and replace it yourself in 10 minutes. Seperately, prepare to spend $30 just in case.
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Old 13 Oct 2007, 12:16 pm
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well i agree with the last guy. i reallly realllllly reallllly doubt u have bad motor mounts. its a bit too soon for that. air fillter, walmart , free install. trans change 80 bucks, cut discs: priceless. wtf is cut rotor?. u may have warped rotors and one might have them turned but it isnt somethng that has to be done tomorrow nor is trans fluid change. u can get coupons for trans fluid and save ten bucks. if by chance u need new rotors, u can get aftermarket ones for about 15 bucks apiece.
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