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How do you fix heater in 1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse would it be really expensive to have mechanic fix it?

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2011-09-13 01:53:58
2011-09-13 01:53:58

Normaly it would be expensive to have a mechanic fix it because they normally charge you per 1/2 hour or per hour, but there are some out there that can do the job with out charging you an arm and a leg.

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