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Old 11-08-2009, 10:33 PM   #1
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Any recommendations for a good Honda mobile mechanic?

I am in the middle of a clutch job in my garage and need a hand from a decent Honda mechanic with a transmission jack. Probably about 4 hours work, maybe 5. It's a 5th gen Prelude SH. It's taking me days by myself what should be hours and I just want to get my ride rolling once again.

The guys on Craigslist sound like chumps and most of them have hate-posts from angry customers following their ads, so I'm staying clear of that mess.

So, can anyone recommend a mobile mechanic that is skilled and works on Hondas?

Thanks!
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I think one of the instructors at BCIT that teaches Japanese automotive moonlights as a mobile mechanic.. he is specialized in Honda.
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I think one of the instructors at BCIT that teaches Japanese automotive moonlights as a mobile mechanic.. he is specialized in Honda.
That's Tim. He's been the instructor for the Honda apprenticeship program since that program was introduced way back in Sept 1992. I was a part of that very first class as it rolled through. Oh the memories of being young...
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