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Does anyone have a good, trustworthy, and most important, HONEST mechanic who works on Jeep Grand Cherokees? My 1996 Jeep with 140k+ miles needs shocks and struts and probably more, and I've been going to a dealer who I am pretty sure sees a single woman and then sees ''sucker'' tatooed on her forehead! ;) Ideally, this mechanic would be in Berkeley or Oakland, but I work in SF, so that could work too, depending on location. Thanks! Jo
We need a good recommendation for a mechanic to do some work on our '95 Jeep Grand Cherokee. We took it to the local service station for the 90,000 mile tune-up and the estimate is $1500, including new brakes, axle boots, transmission line and other stuff we had no idea wasn't working well. This seems steep enough to warrant another estimate. Has anyone had a great experience with their Jeep mechanic lately? Thanks! CWilson
We are about to buy the car seats, and were told that the Britax Advantage is a very good one, but they were unsure of the fit in our car-- a Jeep Cherokee Sport. I assume that all car seats are functional in these SUV types, but I wanted to know if anyone had any complaints or kudos to dole out. Also, someone recommended a separate infant seat and to switch to the Britax when the baby was older (the car seat, whose make and model I can't recall right now, was one that has a base and a removable seat/carrier that fit, apparently, in any stroller). Is this a marketing gimmick, or should I consider it? Again the fit in the Jeep is also of consideration. Thanks very much!! Shahana
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