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Old 01-18-2015, 09:01 PM
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Are there any rotary mechanics in Spokane?

Does anyone know of any reputable rotary mechanics in Spokane? I think I am in need of one. I have a 2005 automatic that refuses to start. I just tried to deflood it, with no luck. I am now wondering if something else is wrong with it.
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I'll see if my friend is up there that could help if it is still needed?
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Not in Spokane but if you care for a drive I high recommend GoodBox MotorSports.
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Old 08-11-2015, 10:38 PM
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I got that issue resolved. FINALLY!!! The only desperate thing I am in need of at this point is someone that has a rotary specific compression tester, besides Mazda. I don't want to deal with a regular one, I tried it and don't feel confident in the results I got. I really want Mazda numbers. But I don't have $150 to take it in to the dealership. If you know anyone that has one of those, I'd be eternally grateful!
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Originally Posted by 9krpmrx8 View Post
Not in Spokane but if you care for a drive I high recommend GoodBox MotorSports.
As much as I'd love the drive, I don't know that I trust my car to make it. I am pretty sure I have low compression, and would hate to have it on the highway and it give out completely. So for now, until I can figure out the smart thing to do, she sits, trying to look pretty
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If you don't trust it getting there then you may have your answer already. It might be a good idea to try short drives and make them slightly longer to try and provoke a problem (like hot starts for example). If you have eliminated other problem sources like the cat, ignition, starter, etc. you may be able to narrow the problem down without a compression check.
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There's a shop called rotary automotive in Spokane. may or may not still be there. I assume your issue is already resolved, but for future reference.
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