While traveling to Nashville for the Music City Grand Prix in August we had a problem with our 2007 Honda CR-V. We had our CR-V towed to Music City Honda to have the problem diagnosed. We were told it was a starter failure and then later told we also needed a battery. We paid over $1000 for the starter replacement. When we returned to South Carolina, the problem replicated itself and I discovered it was due to problem with the ignition fuse, not the starter. I attempted to work with Kelly, the Service Manager to rectify the problem of being charged for a repair I did not really need, Kelly praised me for my demeaner and understanding, promising me multiple times that I would receive a call back with an honest answer for what happen here. Having patiently waited for over a month for a call back, I am now speaking out thru Dealer Rater and will be sending Press Releases to all local TV stations to see if they would like to take on a public interest story about Music City's apparent practice of completing repairs that are not necessary or not fully vetted by any real generally accepted professional trouble shooting procedures.