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Topic # 230527 28-Feb-2018 09:20
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hi all,

 

looking for a trustworthy, reliable car mechanic shop (anywhere in auckland) who can service my merc.

 

I had an issue  with previous car mechanic wherein i thought they tried to fix the things which were not exactly needed and also damaged fuel pump while repairing something else that cost me more than $1k. (sorry but don't ask me i am not going to reveal the name of the mechanic)

 

please let me know if you know who is reliable and not always after money 

 

 


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Master Geek
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  Reply # 1965572 28-Feb-2018 10:14
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fuel pump is inside the tank, how can they damaged ? 


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  Reply # 1965878 28-Feb-2018 13:57
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1cloud:

 

fuel pump is inside the tank, how can they damaged ? 

 

 

 

 

Some petrol cars have secondary pumps,

 

Diesel's have mechanical pumps on the engine.... 

 

 




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  Reply # 1965969 28-Feb-2018 15:55
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it was outside and they put some sort of glue to avoid the leakage.


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  Reply # 1972757 11-Mar-2018 18:13
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Heard good things on these guys but never used them.

 

Apex automotive in Glenfield/Wairau

 

http://www.burgersmotorworks.co.nz/


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  Reply # 1972762 11-Mar-2018 18:25
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I've been getting mine serviced / repaired at EC Mercedes for the past 4 years. Can highly recommend them.


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