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Precision Import Auto Repairs – Corona Auto Repair I BMW Auto Repair Corona I Mercedes Benz

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Precision Import Auto Repairs – Corona Auto Repair I BMW Auto Repair Corona I Mercedes Benz


– Corona based Auto Repair Company; Precision Import Auto Repairs is a family owned business operating under owner Mano Kurkjian for the past 11 years. We strive to provide honest and trustworthy auto repair services to the people of Corona and the surrounding areas. .

Specializing in foreign auto repair services on brands such as BMW, Mercedes Benz, Audi, Saab, Volvo, Land Rover, Porsche, Mini, Jaguar, Bentley, Volkswagen, and Honda, Precision Import Auto Repairs is your one stop shop for affordable, dependable, reliable, and loyal foreign auto repair services.

With a friendly experienced staff of certified technicians that are here to service your every need and a management team that treats you like family, Precision Import Auto Repairs welcomes you to give us a quick call or stop by the shop, to see how we can be of assistance to your foreign auto repair service needs.

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Car Maintenance Tips: Top 8 Easy Ways To Prevent Costly Repairs

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Car Maintenance Tips: Top 8 Easy Ways To Prevent Costly Repairs


Car Maintenance Tips: Here are 8 preventative vehicle maintenance tips to help prevent costly repairs! Watch more Quick Tips:

00:06 #1: Batteries Last 3 Years
01:00 #2: Keep Your Fuel Above ΒΌ Tank
01:46 #3: Car History For Trans Flush
02:34 #4: No Cruise Control In Bad Weather
03:04 #5: Spare Tire Never Does The Work
04:30 #6: Leave Frozen Sludge Alone
05:17 #7: Never Cold Water In Hot Engine
05:42 #8: Car Battery Boost Tips

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