Refering to the cool air do you mean "air conditioning"? ( OR It just isn't blowing or what?)
IF so, that "probably" had nothing to do with the t-stat replacement. Need to diagnose a/c problem before attempting potential blame.
However, the t-stat has nothing to do with the a/c. Your lack of heat was obviuosly repaired with a t-stat. The overheating episode with maximum heater temp is abnormal.
The statement " my cool air was not working now because of having to replace the thermostat" needs clarification also. Is he saying that when he did the t-stat, this caused the "cool air" to stop working OR does he mean that is needs another t-stat?
At this point, there isn't enough information to make an accusation of his integrity. Too often people don't understand a situation and the problem is not communicated well enough to the customer or the customer is not listening. Have your mechanic post his explanation if you want to be fair. 2 sides to every story. MAybe he is a bad one, but I wouldn't agree at this point.
Saturday, July 29th, 2006 AT 2:05 PM