On 6/2/17, we did give Jennifer an invoice as what her vehicle needed. It needed a water pump, timing belt and a clutch fan and that it would cost $1550.74 to repair. There was revision, for that cost of repair that showed that days servises and the cost of repairs, if she decided to have work done and she elected not to have the work done. We also did a leak test for a blown head gasket and it was negitive at the time. But, she was told to be careful because with water pump going out it could cause considerable damage.
On 6/16/17 Roger brought his vehicle in because he said he took it another shop and they had told him he needed a new oil pan and timing belt. They evidently recommended he start with a transmission flush, he had them do that and then the oil light came back on and he took it back to them and they said he needed a new motor. He brought it to us, we did look at his vehicle. We did not find much up in the motor but we found that the oil pump screen was plugged and the oil control camshaft actuator was making noise. We told him he did not need a new motor but that oil pan needed to be replaced because when the other shop did the flush it just agitated all the sludge down there.
The $251.76 he was charged was for pulling the valve cover gasket and checking it out. He told us he didn't want to put anymore money into the car.
As a senior, he was also given a senior discount