Thanks again for the reply back. I really do want to send a donation and would like to come to Pittsburg because I bet ya'll could fix my Acura. We haven't taken the car back yet because my husband has been working 12 hour days making that Gatorade and we haven't had the time. I only take the Acura to the store and I have my beater truck (1985 Toyota 4x4) to haul things with. It still runs great! Of course, it was rebuilt at 143,000 and I traded my 1967 Toyota Corona for it when I came to Texas from California. The only thing we've had to do to it major ( other than maintenance) was replace the cam shaft bearing. I think she's getting tired though, because she has a slight oil leak and I don't want to put much more into her. However, when I take her in for a tune-up and oil change my mechanic might find something minor and tighten it up or replace a part and she'll be good to go for another 100,000! I'm just joking because I keep her since Phillip just bought a 2013 Nissan Frontier and he's afraid to get any scratches on it. I had to use her to haul some St. Augustine sod the other day and she's glad to do it. I'll cry if she ever dies on me. I've had her for over 15 years (Boo! Hoo!)
Again thanks for communicating back to us. Maybe someday we will visit Pittsburg and ya'll can show us the sights. Since this is Saturday I'm going to email C&R Transmissions and let them know what I found out from you and see what they have to say. Maybe it's possible they are getting bad aftermarket parts but I still don't see how all those parts could keep going bad and causing the leaks. Since we paid $3000 to have it rebuilt we should not have had to take it back 4 times before it went out of warranty and continue to have to take it back. Something seems fishy to me.
I know this is getting long but I just wanted to say thanks again and it is nice to "meet" people who are willing to go the extra mile to help for FREE!
You have taken the extra time to "listen" to and inform us. I wish you would send us an address so we could mail you a donation and, perhaps, a picture of you guys so I can see who I'm "talking" to;) In the meantime I wish you well and "Peace" (They don't have an emoticom for a peace sign - I'm an old hippie).
Wishing you the Best,
Anne and Phillip Murray
Saturday, July 19th, 2014 AT 9:38 AM