About a month ago my intake manifold went and car broke down plugs got messed up from coolant etc. So my mechanic did new intake and plugs for 600$ then we got car back and as soon as I got home check engine light came on again and was running ruff so I took it back and he said it was check engine sensor went and charged me another $300 to fix that then we got it back and few days later check engine light started again and then on way to work on 3rd day engine popped and car broke down and my motor was done and my mechanic charged me another 1400$ for a new motor so then we got it back again and check engine light came on again and car was going nuts again so I took it back and my mechanic tells me that there was a fried spark plug doing it and back when they did the intake manifold in the first place his guys forgot to change the plugs and wires! So what my question is is do you think my mechanic is responsible for my motor going because the plugs were bad the whole time and they forgot to change them? Cause this car only has 90,000 miles on it and even my mechanic said I've never seen one of these motors go so I can't help but feel like if he would have changed the plugs like he was suppose to when he did the intake manifold and I wasn't driving around with bad plugs my motor never would have died cause this car ran great to begin with. Thanks for your time
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Thursday, April 21st, 2016 AT 7:05 AM