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Old 10-28-2009, 01:17 PM   #1
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Default Method for finding independent Saturn svc?

Searched here but did not find either a database or thread with independent Saturn repair shops. We're in Orange County, California. Mission Viejo area (92691)

We have a 2000 LW2 in the family that needs some diagnostic work involving the control modules. My usual mechanic doesn't have all the equipment needed to talk to it so we're looking for a specialist. I might be flamed for this but I'd rather avoid the dealership. My experience with GM dealers has not been good albeit, Saturn dealers are a different breed.

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