It does not indicate on the invoice of any 'replacement parts' nor did he mention any. I asked if whatever he did would be a 'temporary fix' and he said no, but he cannot guarantee hoses going, etc. I suppose he doesn't have a crystal ball either. Also, I asked about the water pump replacement it didn't need it and due to the mileage in the car (51,000), if I'm lucky, I should be good for awhile. He kept repeating as I was surprised about the cheap repair (sounds ridiculous, doesn't it?), You'll be okay and you're fine now. Obviously, he was talking about the car and getting tired of me asking questions. Honestly.I didn't know whether to be grateful or apprehensive! I believe he also said that the 'alleged' leak was minor, but never indicated how it was fixed. Don't they make a sealer of some sort to put in cars for leaks? I read about it online. I appreciate your input about my issue!
Saturday, January 8th, 2011 AT 9:53 PM