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    Bill Gatton Honda
    We use Bill Gatton Acura/Honda, the Acura dealership for auto service. The service was free as it was under warranty. That works fine. They got me pretty quickly. They got it done pretty quickly for me. They did a good job. The staff was fine. They were very helpful.
    - Alice M.
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    Great! 2000 Accord runs like new.

    Highly skillful checkout of car. Professional work.

    Done on time. Concern for my satisfaction.

    Will not rip you off.

    Will take my other car soon.

    - Christie P.
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    It it's We have used them for probably 35 years.  We like the knowledge and the price.  This past summer I had a problem with my car.  I called Tim at Fairmount and he told me exactly what was wrong with it.  He suggested a place to take it and told me how much it should cost me to get it fixed.
    - Suzanne D.
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    We always get quick service.   THe price is right.  They even loan us a car if service is going to be taking awhile.  Can't say enough good things about Tim and his crew of mechanics.
    - Joyce S.
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    Performed troubleshooting of electrical switches, wiring, solonoids, etc and found no issues. Noticed that someone had done work in the front axle and called for permission to investigate. Found that the dealership that had worked in that area a couple of months ago had installed a component inside the front axle backwards so the FWD would not engage. They provided a full diagram of the problem so I could collect the cost of the repair from the dealer. The FWD works properly after Cowan's installed the component correctly.
    - Tom V.
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    My four wheel drive would not engage. It worked properly before repair work was done at the dealership. Cowan's checked all of the switches, motors, actuators and wiring and found no problem. They asked permission to go into the front axle. They had seen evidence that work had been performed in that area in the past few months. It had been by the dealer two months ago.
    They found the dealer's mechanics had installed a lock collar backwards so the splines would not engage. They correctly reinstalled the parts, and gave me diagrams and a full description of the problem so I could return to the dealership that had done the work incorrectly and request reimbursement.
    - Tom V.
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    We have been using them off and on for probably ten years. We would recommend them. He got really good customer service. He gets things done promptly like you can call him after lunch time, and he will have the vehicle done in a fair time most of the time. It is pretty rare for a mechanic shop.
    - william h.
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    I had taken my van to two other mechanics to solve an electrical problem. Neither could figure it out. The electrician who owns Central found the problem by being very persistent. It turned out to be some of the wiring that goes through the firewall. It was like a challenge for him to find the problem-and he did!
    - Jim D.
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    All Pro Auto Electric & Tires
    My experience with them was very good. I had an issue with my car and he was able to diagnose it. Rather than getting me a new part for it, he went ahead and found a place where I can get one from a salvage yard. So I was pleased that he did that and made it more affordable. He knew what he was doing and he explained the whole thing and got the problem solved.
    - Bob M.
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    Cowan's Automotive saved my daughter and son-in-law approximately $3500.
    A shop in North Carolina, Charlotte area, had serviced their Jeep
    Cherokee transmission. The transmission started acting up (slow
    shifting, failure to shift into Overdrive, Service engine light on,
    etc.) They took it to another shop in the Charlotte area, and were told
    that they needed a new transmission, that theirs was about ready to fall
    apart, and they could do it for only $4000 or so. I trailered their
    Jeep Cherokee to Bristol to have it repaired. I took it to Cowans, and
    Mr. Cowan said that while he was not a transmission guy, he could do
    normal service and would check it out. He pulled the service code and
    found it was for fluid bypassing a filter. He looked up the factory
    service bulletins and found there is a common error made while
    installing one of the two filters in the transmission. He then dug into
    the transmission, found that it had been overfilled by 4 quarts by one
    of the NC shops, one filter was incorrectly installed permitting fluid
    to bypass the filter, and that the second filter had probably never been
    changed. He installed factory fluid and filters per manufacturers
    instructions. Six hundred (600+) plus miles later the transmission is
    still behaving perfectly. He did indicate that the overfill and
    incorrect filter installation performed in NC could have caused internal
    transmission problems that will show up later.
    A very large thanks to Cowans for saving daughter and son-in-law multiple thousands of dollars.
    - Tom V.
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