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CPR Automotive

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

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Hours

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

Payment Methods

CASH, MASTER CARD, VISA

Amenities

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.

Services

Auto Repair, Emissions Testing & Repair

Accreditation

Better Business Bureau Tech-Net Professional Auto Service ASE Certified Mechanics
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REVIEWS(3)

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  • This is probably one of the mo...
    user avatar
    Updated: 4/22/2014

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

  • CPR (Owner... Bill) is just a ...
    user avatar
    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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