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Recomendations for Repair shops near Raliegh / Durham???

Anybody near Raleigh that can recomend a good indy repair shop??? The only time I have needed to take my car to the shop was for the seat control modules draining the battery and It was at MB of Cary. Under warranty at the time...not now. The service was good but I have an O2 sensor issue that may take some extra hours to figure out. Trying not to spend my life savings to fix my car considering I am getting ready to let her go. Any advice to a decent priced shop would be great
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Hey - I'm in the Raleigh area too. Until recently I always took my car to The Foreign Service. They do dealership quality work exclusive to Mercedes and have loaner cars. The reason I don't go there much anymore is because they have so many customers it usually takes a week+ to get an appointment.
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If you find any other places in your research let me know!
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Yea, that place is right around the corner from me. I live right off of Ebeneezer Church road but heard someone saying they charged more than the dealership does for routine repairs. I dont know if that is true or not but I figured I'd ask around before taking it anywhere.

Ill check out the places on the repair shop section too
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Anybody near Raleigh that can recomend a good indy repair shop??? The only time I have needed to take my car to the shop was for the seat control modules draining the battery and It was at MB of Cary. Under warranty at the time...not now. The service was good but I have an O2 sensor issue that may take some extra hours to figure out. Trying not to spend my life savings to fix my car considering I am getting ready to let her go. Any advice to a decent priced shop would be great
I've used Peak Automotive in Apex. They're MB trained mechanics that operate their own shop. I had positive experience with them for my routine transmission service (changed fluids, etc.).
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