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Re: good advice for diy mechanics

I'm puzzled Are you saying you had messed up doing your own maintenance? DIY maintenance is satisfying if you've somewhere reasonable to work safely and you have a fairly decent range of tools, and a car accessory shop a short distance away should you need any urgent bits (though most these days just have pre-packaged useless accessories rather than mechanical/electrical spares ).
But the other adage worth following is "if it ain't broke don't fix it!".
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