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It is sad when a good manager or doctor or other service provider retires. But in the wings there is another good person out there. You just have to find them.
I just had new ball joints installed on our 09 Honda CRV toad by the Honda Dealer we bought it from. When I went to get the CRV the service manager told me "I forgot to add the cost of the 4 wheel alignment to your estimate, but a service quote from me is binding, so don't worry about paying for it". I told her I didn't mind paying for services rendered but she said "no, a quote is a quote, you don't owe us a thing. Just remember us next time you need a new Honda or service".
Good luck . I'm sure someone will show up as good as your last mechanic.
__________________ Good Luck, Be Safe and Above All, Don't Forget To Have Fun Pete
2006 Fleetwood Discovery 35H, being pushed by a 2009 Honda CRV
Our dealer's certified master tech recently retired after nearly 30 years in RV service. I hate to think about the knowledge/tech experience lost w/him gone.
Lori & Dave - FMA #3415 | FMCA #F419886 | RV/MH Hall of Fame Lifetime Member 2006 Fleetwood Bounder 36Z & 2014 Honda CRV AWD, My iRV2 Photo Albums How is it one careless match can start a forest fire but it takes a whole box to start a campfire?
I'm surprised you even know your Honda mechanic. I thought they were like the Maytag repairman--lonely.
If you'll change the timing belt in a Honda when it's due to be changed, it'll be about all you have to do.
Only problem currently is the rear tires' camber is not adjustable, and the Civics and Accords are eating tires on the insides. I just spent $300 putting adjustable top arms on our Civic SI. Otherwise, it's never seen the shop.