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I have a Saturn that I bought brand new in 2001. Ever since I drove it off the lot I have had a problem with a steady oil leak. It was not a huge amount, but I needed to put in about 1 quart of oil a month to make sure I had enough in the engine. Still, this just didn't seem right. Of course, I took it to the dealer and they said they couldn't find any problem. They acted as if the oil just evaporated for no reason. I've informed mechanics about the problem over the years and I've got different answers and different attempts to resolve the problem. I've changed the head gasket 2 times from mechanics and once myself. I've changed the oil drain plug and washer a couple of times and even torqued it very tight and it still leaks in a consistent manner. I know this because I have a drain pain at home in garage and can see it. I have also research online the problem. It seems Saturn's from my era just have a leaking problem according to some mechanics. So after over a decade of having the problem I had pretty much given up and decided to keep putting in a quart of oil every month. I even started telling myself things like, "I'm keeping my oil fresh and keeping a close eye on my oil more than most drivers. I love my Saturn and I'm just taking good care of it"
I had previous work done on my car and my wife's car and my car from Provider name locked. before and he is a good, honest, hard working person - who happens to be a good mechanic. So last March when I was having my radiator flushed for the summer by him, I brought up my issue with the oil leak. Provider name locked. said he will take a look at it and see what he can do. When I pick it up, he said he thought that he resolved the issue, but to let him know how it worked out. I trusted Provider name locked. , so first thing I did was clean my oil Provider name locked. under my car. A couple days later I check, still clean..."Hmmmm, really? Is this even possible?" I thought. I waited and checked a week later...still nothing. It has been over six months and 1 oil change and still NOT A DROP on my oil Provider name locked. !
Provider name locked. is a good mechanic and will do his best to you like a person and not just a pay check. He's prices are equal to anyone else in town and you have the add advantage that you can really trust him...and that IS Priceless!
- Kezia Lounel B.
We came in a few days prior to make an appointment. We brought the car in on Tuesday morning and, as promised, it was ready for pick up on Wednesday afternoon. They had called up to let us know about another problem, the power steering hose had a slight leak. They were not sure if it was still covered under our warranty so they gave us the option to make a few calls. We have since found out it was not covered and we will be bringing the car back to Provider name locked. for them to do the repair. We got a 10% discount by showing our AAA card. The gentlemen we were dealing with were personable and had good communication skills - I like to be informed as things progress. Yes, we will be using them again in the near future.- donna & louis V.
They do good work, and I've been pleased with them. They put in a faulty part they had gotten from a manufacturer, but they fixed it right away free of charge. They know what they are doing, and always get approval before fixing anything that they might find wrong.- mark S.