Ok, I dont want to get ripped off, heres the prob. 96 beretta over heats, there seems to be no issues with the fluid levels, and when the temp marker gets to hot, it only takes about 30min - 1 hour to completly cool down. What do I need to look for first? And how easy is it to do so?
There are only a few places where I live to take a car for repair, and they are all notorious for telling you there s like 2-3 thousand wrong with your car, example. Hubby knew the alignment was off, spun ot the car when road was wet, we took the car to nat auto here and we told them to call us if there were any problems or additional repairs needed, so we go back in and they give us an estimate for almost 5 THOUSAND in problems, so we took the car to another place that did alignments and they looked for the probs listed on the estimate, and said yea right, they did the alignment and the car ran like a dream, but they dont handle this sort of problem, they only do like tires alignments and so on.
So is this a problem we can fix ourself? Any suggestions? Where do we start?
Saturday, June 17th, 2006 AT 3:13 AM