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CPR Automotive

1341 Bragaw St, Anchorage, AK 99508
Closed Now
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
9:00 am - 6:00 pm
★ Write a Review(907) 277-2886Directions



Regular Hours
Mon - Fri
9:00 am - 6:00 pm

Extra Phones

Phone: (907) 272-2886

Fax: (907) 272-2883

We Give Your Car CPR

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Family owned and operated Carquest Technet center, 12 month 12,000 mile warranty, Full service auto, Truck repair facility; Emissions test & repair Facility. Cash accepted.


Auto Repair, Emissions Testing & Repair


Better Business Bureau Tech-Net Professional Auto Service ASE Certified Mechanics
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  • This is probably one of the mo...
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    Updated: 4/22/2014

    This is probably one of the most trustworthy shops in Anchorage.

  • CPR (Owner... Bill) is just a ...
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    Updated: 4/22/2014

    CPR (Owner... Bill) is just a great place to go. They will not "sugar coat" your problem and you can call them anytime there open to ask a question and they are glad to help you out.

  • Stay away from this place. T...
    Updated: 4/22/2014

    Stay away from this place. These guys are the stereotypical "take advantage of a Woman, make repairs you don’t need to empty your wallet" type people. While I was deployed to Afghanistan, my wife took my truck to them to get the "Heater Core" replaced. They actually installed a "Block Heater," a price difference of $680. When I called Bill (the owner) he told me "Well you know how women are, they don’t really know what they are talking about sometimes. It may have just been a misunderstanding. My guy may have thought she said Heater Cord." HEATER CORD, REALLY? That isn’t even a real thing. Any good shop should know the difference between a block heater and a heater core, and with the large price difference between the two jobs they should have made sure what was needed. Bill only wanted to credit $81 to the actual job that we needed done after he just did $195 of work that we did not ask for. It also cost us $227.33 to replace the battery. That seems a little high to me. Go to BIG O!


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