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Unread 03-14-2011, 05:12 PM   #1
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Oil Change and other Jeep work in Seattle area?

I just moved out here and got a 95 Grand Cherokee Limited. I am interested in getting some work done to it. However sadly I live in downtown seattle and do not have a garage at our apt's.

Is there a good place to get oil changed at for a decent price? I want to do it myself but just dont have the space to. I was going to rent out a auto storage space soon if no other options come.

If anyone even in the Seattle/Bellevue area owns or does mechanic and basic work let me know, I am new here and looking to get quite a bit of stuff done in the next month or two.

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Unread 03-15-2011, 05:52 PM   #2
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Hm. . . .

Greg's Japanese Auto is a well know mechanics and I think they are pretty trustworthy. If they couldn't work on your rig they probably could refer you.

I'm up in Kenmore at the north end of Lake Washington. We use Advanced European Service down the street from us. I talked to the owner, they specialize in European cars but they can handle most makes and models. I see them working on Corvettes and Acuras from time to time. I'm very comfortable with them working on my cars and trust them.

Undoubtedly there are other good mechanics in Seattle, I'm just not that familiar with them.
- Jay
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