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2005 Toyota Matrix Question: Thank you! Your.Mechcanic. Yes, I have always tried to tackle every auto failure

 

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MATRIXXR, Freetown, IN, November 02, 2012, 13:42
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on my own. I have been told it will cost 450-850 to change a 35-40$ bearing. I need a honest person for help instead of paying out an extra $25-$40 for a manual. I wish the ones who say they are cert. mechcanics that cant answer a ? would get a life instead of wasting a mans time. Let me know how I can reach you? It will be a great help. Thanks for your time!

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    pushrod November 04, 2012, 10:06
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    SORRY WE WASTED YOUR TIME,WILL TRY VERY HARD NOT TO DO IT AGAIN!
    PS, HOW DID THAT REPAIR TURN OUT?

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    ziptie12, November 06, 2012, 19:16
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    I'm guessing it's on a flat-bed by now? And I NEVER claimed to be certified!! Just trying to help people ASKING for HELP ..........and then get insulted ........I like green jelly!!

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    pushrod, November 08, 2012, 02:18
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    I AGREE, I NEVER CLAIMED TO KNOW HOW TO FIX ALL OF THEM, BUT I SURE AS HELL KNOW WHEN NOT TO TRY!
    THE WAY I CAN TELL IS WHEN I HAVE TO ASK WHAT KIND OF TOOLS TO USE AND HOW TO DO IT.
    PEOPLE DO NOT UNDERSTAND A LOT OF THE TIME WE ARE TRYING TO SAVE THEM SOME MONEY.
    OH WELL TODAY I HAVE A CUSTOMER WITH A TOOTHACHE THINK I WILL ASK A DENTIST WHAT KIND
    OF TOOLS I NEED TO PULL IT AND HOW TO DO IT!! WONDER WHAT HIS ANSWER WILL BE?
    PS, I MUST BE CERTIFIED PEOPLE TELL ME THAT ALL THE TIME. little pig little pig! See what i mean?

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