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Old 12-26-13, 12:53 PM   #1
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Anybody on here from the NEFL area that has had GOOD experience with a shop. I need to have this oil leak traced and fixed and I refuse to take it to either of our Lexus dealers in town. Thanks
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Jax Foreign Auto... off of University. Guy that runs it is sort of a hard *** but they do good work. When I first got my car, they did my timing, power steering, front seals, engine and trans mounts. Over a year later, no problems, no leaks.
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Jax Foreign Auto... off of University. Guy that runs it is sort of a hard *** but they do good work. When I first got my car, they did my timing, power steering, front seals, engine and trans mounts. Over a year later, no problems, no leaks.
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I recommend learning and doing your own work!
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I recommend learning and doing your own work!
This "mystery" leak started AFTER I changed the valve cover gaskets, coil packs and plugs. I am just giving up on tracking down this small leak

When I was younger I would do more. I have installed short blocks, built multiple V8 upper ends, installed a pro charger on my old z06. Needless to say I feel dumb taking it in for this small leak!!! Plus my 3 and 4 year old boys keep us crazy busy
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I completely understand, just giving you a hard time. I do my own work, so I don't have any valuable info on shops for you. Sorry.
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A lot of times when you fix one leak another can spring up because the pressure goes through the weakest points. You can end up chasing it.
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what part of town do you live?
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Also... If your budget can handle it, All Euro Car Care. Small shop and there is a waiting list to get a car in. But... he's the real deal. Talk to Frank
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what part of town do you live?
Magnolia Preserve in Julington Creek
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Also... If your budget can handle it, All Euro Car Care. Small shop and there is a waiting list to get a car in. But... he's the real deal. Talk to Frank
I have heard they same thing. If it was a major item it would probably go there. At least I know who to ask for now! Thanks
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Sing's European & Imports
Address: 6719 Blanding Blvd, Jacksonville, FL 32244

Phone904) 779-7120

compare prices with other shops and see how they communicate with you regarding to your issue....
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