I took it in to a mechanic who went over the whole car with a fine-toothed comb for hours and could not find *anything* that was wrong. Believe me, if you can think of anything he should have checked, he checked it. He ran off a *laundry list* of things that he checked (he checked the suspension and a whole bunch of other things, most of which I'm sorry to say went right over my head -- I should know more about cars other than you put gas in one end and oil in the other, turn the key and go, but I don't).
All I really wanted was for him to *find* something, so it could be *fixed.* Not to tell me everything's okay, because obviously *something isn't.* He even told me that he'd be perfectly comfortable driving this car cross-country. But *I'm* not. And this is a very bad thing for me.
Considering the age and mileage on the car I probably should be thinking about replacing it, anyway, but I was really hoping to get another couple of years out of it, and except for the tennis ball it's in terrific shape. What do I do next?
have the same problem?
Sunday, April 20th, 2014 AT 4:45 PM