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Atomic 4 mechanic on Long Island?

I'm looking for a good A4 mechanic on Long Island in the vicinity of Sea Cliff/Glen Cove. Suggestions?

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I would think any good marine (or not marine?) mechanic should be able to solve your problems. An engine is an engine.
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also check online for a solution to your issue, the A4 is a very straight forward simple engine that you should be able to repair with some online advice. Check out Moyer Marin dot com. They have a message forum where you can get most questions answered.
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also check online for a solution to your issue, the A4 is a very straight forward simple engine that you should be able to repair with some online advice. Check out Moyer Marin dot com. They have a message forum where you can get most questions answered.
Don Moyer and the Moyer Marine forums are a tremendous resource. I've done all my own work on this engine thus far, and will likely end up doing this job myself also. Thanks for your response.
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