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Prestige Auto Works

Sacramento, CA

We have ASE technicians, Volvo and BMW factory certified. We work on all makes and models, but we specialize in foreign cars. Proficient in diagnostics, smog inspections and repair, regular maintenance and all major repairs and tune-ups. You can count on us for quality repairs in a timely manor.


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I'm still assuming your CR-V has not restarted... One of the worst things that could have happened would be that your timing belt could have broken!


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You can call the recycler's for parts like that, there are quite a few in Rancho Cordova. Often you can find parts online through stores like JCWhitney.


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To simply answer your question, we can replace your two front camshaft seals for $300 out the door.


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We work on all makes and models, including Saturn.


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Need an affordable price? We'll do it for you, parts and labor with tax (out the door price) $313. One side - front left, quoted on 2001 Honda CR-V. Merry Christmas!


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You may have a problem with a switch and it could be an easy fix. Our $90 diagnostic fee will be waived with the repair.


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Maybe you are referring to the neutral safety switch? This repair will run about $160-200


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Most of the braking power is in the front (maybe only 30% in the rear). The front brakes will wear out quicker than the back. Also it will depend on how you stop your vehicle - if you make sudden or quick stops frequently in town they will wear quicker than if you drive down the freeway for a long distance. If you are around 30,000 + miles, it's no surprise that you may be due for new brakes in the front.


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Please confirm that the correct oil was used and that it is at the proper level. A technician may offer try an engine treatment. Be very clear on all the information for the vehicle so they can accurately diagnose your noise.


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It would be safest to take it to your mechanic. They may need to also bleed the brake system - in addition to topping off the fluid.


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