I spoke to the customer about this repair. The repair was for diagnosis time of overheating which included a system pressure test and head gasket test. Vehicle passed the head test and we determined it had a bad radiator cap sealing surface. Vehicle had been overheated causing damage to the thermostat. Vehicle had a high level of water in it and not enough coolant. We had to flush the sytem, replace the thermostat and the radiator. The $850 repair bill was for the diagnosis time and all mentioned repairs, fluids, tax and hazmat fees. The customer appreciated the phone call and explanation and has a better understanding that this bill was for more than a the radiator. Greg Cox, Owner
However , the very next day , the turn signals were intermittent operating again ( of & on )
and one of the brake light in the back was out completely .
So it needs to come back in .
Perhaps a brake inspection is also in order . I rarely drive it and corrosion might be a factor