[quote="2CarPro Jack"]To begin with if you wanted to be the one to give the OK for the work, you should have told him that and given him your number. From what I read it sounds like the shaking was attributed to the tune-up, since you told him it was shaking and stalling, maybe you should have told him it was shaking while driving, so he would have gone to the suspension to inspect it. Alot is lost in the original complaints not being specific when repairing vehicles. When you dropped it off, you should have told him the entire list of issues you wanted checked, he would have written them down and given you a copy of the paperwork. Alot of techs wont look the entire car over and give youa big long list for fear they think that the shop is trying to screw them, so alot only look at exactly what is asked of them. Im sorry you fell that you were not treated right, maybe you should find a new shop since you dont trust this one anymore, and for your own protection be very specific in what you want checked and who you want called for the OK on the work[/quote I DID ALL OF THIS AND HE JUST LIKE YOU WASNT LISTENING AND I WAS EXPECTING THE SAME HONEST SERVICE THE PREVIOUS OWNER GAVE ME SO I THOUGHT I WAS IN GOOD HANDS AND YOU DIDNT EVEN ANSWER THE MAIN QUESTION I NEEDED ANSWERED. A GOOD MECHANIC DOESNT NEED THE CUSTOMER TO TELL HIM EVERY SINGLE THING SHE THINKS IS WRONG THATS HIS DAMN JOB. MY OLD MECHANIC USED TO GET IN AND TAKE IT FOR A DRIVE AND FIGURE IT OUT CAN YOU DO THAT WITHOUT A DETAILED MAP?
Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010 AT 2:26 AM