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Hey new member here. My wife and I are looking for a reliable mechanic in the Sacramento Area to help us take care of our Focus without ripping us off.

Right now, the Focus sounds like it is having some sort of rear brake seizing since it has a noise coming from the rear of the vehicle that sounds like it.

Anyways, any help would be appreciated.

Mr&MrsFocus
 

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You might do a Yelp search to find a more local shop. Honestly, I don't use a Ford-specific shop but my mechanic is amazing. There have been times on other older cars of mine in which he's only charged me an hour or two of labor when I know he's spent much more time working out some electrical gremlins in a car. Really you just need to find a mechanic that knows what the hell he's doing and is honest. If you want to see what a good mechanic shop review looks like check here: http://www.yelp.com/biz/e-and-s-automotive-san-jose my review was the third one down.

Cheers and good luck finding your mechanic-for-life!

Drew
 
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