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I'm buying a 2000 Insight this Friday that will need clutch work (5 speed manual). I'm OK with testing a dealership on a oil change. If they mess up an oil change, I can quickly solve that problem without a big expense (hopefully).

However, clutch work isn't cheap and I'd like to ask anyone on the forum for recommendations for a good (or great) Honda dealer near Cincinnati or Dayton, OH for Insight repair work.
 

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I have been very happy with Superior Honda on Spring Grove Avenue in Cincinnati (513-542-8000). I've never had clutch work done, but they have worked on several Hondas for me over the past 10+ years, and they take good care of me. However, during the first regular maintenance on my Insight a couple years ago, they adjusted the tire pressure for a regular car. So, now if they are touching the tires, I remind them that the Insight psi's are different. They replaced the IMA battery and control module (under warranty) last September.
 

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mainecooncat1 said:
I'm buying a 2000 Insight this Friday that will need clutch work (5 speed manual). I'm OK with testing a dealership on a oil change. If they mess up an oil change, I can quickly solve that problem without a big expense (hopefully).

However, clutch work isn't cheap and I'd like to ask anyone on the forum for recommendations for a good (or great) Honda dealer near Cincinnati or Dayton, OH for Insight repair work.
Let me know what your experience is -- I'm in Lebanon too -- haven't seen you around though!
 

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Dunno how far you are from them, but I was driving
along I-80 and needed work done [a]. I called around
and found "The Honda Store" in Youngstown
(The Honda Store. 448 Boardman Canfield Rd Youngstown, OH 44512,
330-726-2300).

They were helpful, good, and babied my Insight
with TLC. They also didn't charge me for misc
bolts and screws...

[a] Miserable snowstorm on I-80. I cracked one
of the alloy rims. Fortunately I was able to
drive away and got a tire shop to swap it
with the mini-spare. Called around to see if
anyone had a real rim... The Honda Store
(see above) double checked and figured the
regular steel rim would fit (it did...) and
they had one in stock.

They also ordered in for me, and later bolted
back on, the set of underguard shields which
had come loose going over the snow and which
I had to cut off.
 
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