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      08-13-2018, 11:00 PM   #23
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Decided to stop lurking and make an account because of this thread. I hope to visit your shop soon, because if these prices are forreal, you've got 110% of my attention.
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      09-07-2018, 09:54 PM   #24
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Hello everyone!

I just wanted to introduce myself to the community with the grand opening of my BMW independent repair shop. I have been working at BMW Northwest the last 6 years and before that I was a master at Tacoma Nissan. I was the Team Lead over the CPO team and prior to that I was part of the diagnostic team. I am a bumper to bumper technician that can provide service to most parts of the BMW system. I have access to ISTA and all relevant material on the latest model BMW. I use both aftermarket and Factory parts depending on the situation and use fair labor rates as posted on alldata or mitchell. I also love doing aftermarket installs and working on modified vehicles.

If you have any other question feel free to reach out to me here on the forums or go to my website www.nwautoworkllc.com for further info.

I am located in Tacoma, WA.

NW Autowork
(Marlon Pasion)
(253) 256-1901 Text/call
3608 South 74th St., Unit 13
Tacoma, WA 98409
www.nwautoworkllc.com
Best of luck with your business. I hope you do well.
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      09-07-2018, 10:14 PM   #25
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Engine Overheating

I'd bring my car to you but I can't make it 10 miles without overheating.
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      09-11-2018, 11:43 PM   #26
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Hello everyone!

I just wanted to introduce myself to the community with the grand opening of my BMW independent repair shop. I have been working at BMW Northwest the last 6 years and before that I was a master at Tacoma Nissan. I was the Team Lead over the CPO team and prior to that I was part of the diagnostic team. I am a bumper to bumper technician that can provide service to most parts of the BMW system. I have access to ISTA and all relevant material on the latest model BMW. I use both aftermarket and Factory parts depending on the situation and use fair labor rates as posted on alldata or mitchell. I also love doing aftermarket installs and working on modified vehicles.

If you have any other question feel free to reach out to me here on the forums or go to my website www.nwautoworkllc.com for further info.

I am located in Tacoma, WA.

NW Autowork
(Marlon Pasion)
(253) 256-1901 Text/call
3608 South 74th St., Unit 13
Tacoma, WA 98409
www.nwautoworkllc.com
You guys do alignment?
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      09-13-2018, 04:23 PM   #27
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Yes! I have an Hunter Alignment machine just calibrated and updated up to 2016 vehicles.
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