This is my story/nightmare about my 2002 Oldsmobile Alero repairs.
My car has been in for repairs since April 30th, 2015.
Tuesday, May 19th, 2015 at 3:34 p.m. I called and surprisingly Ron, Doug Pattridge's mechanic answered the phone. Yes the one that had been playing hooky. I guess he must be working there again. Ron told me that they had been trying without the airlift to get the air pockets out or as Ron is now calling it vapor lock. He explained to me that the airlift should be in tomorrow from Cornwall or Cornwell. Ron mentioned someone named Tim was bringing it. Ron sounded positive that once the airlift came in that they would have it finished and would be bringing the car to me. I told Ron to drive it around first to make sure it is not overheating. I told him not to bring it back if it was still overheating.
To be continued...
Other weeks are here:
Damage to my bumper can be read about here: www.glitzygiftz.com/bumper.html
Please read about my 2002 Oldsmobile Alero repairs here: www.glitzygiftz.com/myalero.html
To read about Doug Pattridge playing stupid click here: www.glitzygiftz.com/playSTUPID.html
To find out about the voicemail that Doug Pattridge left for me click here: www.glitzygiftz.com/voicemail.html
Trying to get an invoice was like pulling teeth. For more about that click here: www.glitzygiftz.com/invoice1.html
Trying to get an invoice was like pulling teeth. For more about that click here: www.glitzygiftz.com/invoice2.html
Lesson learned: Do not take your car to be repaired to a business that is just starting up.