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The Debt-Free Car Project Chapter 4: Dealing With Repairs

Edmunds.comEdmunds.com Posts: 10,059
edited September 2014 in General

imageThe Debt-Free Car Project Chapter 4: Dealing With Repairs

Repairs are an inevitable part of owning a used car. Here's how we dealt with fixes for our car and kept the costs to a minimum.

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  • weverwever Posts: 16
    This narrative is very confusing. "His $1,000 price [for the mass airflow sensor] wasn't off base."? Even though you found the part less than 5 miles away in 10 minutes for $220 (78% less)? Sounds about $780 off base to me.
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