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Old 09-23-2009, 11:12 PM   #1
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Good toyota mechanic in Vancouver or lower mainland?

I have a buddy with some sort of MAF/mixture/ECU/bad idling fustercluck of issues and have followed the procedures in the FSM to no avail.

He'd like to get it fixed, but can't shell out for the $90+/hr that the dealer would charge. Is there an independent mechanic around the area that ppl like? Would be handy to know a good one for any future issues that we can't figure out, too.
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You and me both!
http://www.yotatech.com/f52/looking-...eas-bc-192774/
I can PM you the name of a shop not to go to!
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Forgot to add, let me know if you find one.
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Sure, fire me a PM. I only take it to the dealers if I really need a mechanic. But would be nice to find a place that charges <100/hour...
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