Ez Lube released our Toyota Tundra from an oil change and I drove off the lot and got about 300 ft and the engine stopped. I called them from the truck and they ran over and checked and discovered they had put no oil in the truck! They immediately brought oil and put in, but now we are having a war over whether that damaged the engine or not. It was taken to another shop (they say they have to have an opportunity to see if there is damage and to fix it) That shop is checking valves, compression, cams, etc top and bottom, of what they can get into without dismantling the whole engine. They say that the truck has a low-oil pressure shut off valve of some sort and that is what shut it off so quick. Toyota tells us that's not true, so who is lying? And what do you think we should do?
have the same problem?
Friday, June 27th, 2008 AT 7:19 PM