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Old 04-11-2013, 01:06 PM   #4
09wrbrex
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Join Date: Mar 2013
Chapter/Region: Tri-State
Location: Hudson Valley, NY
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2009 WRX
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Originally Posted by LuckyNYC View Post
First off you need to start documenting the work they perform on your car and keep records.

Call them back and ask.

Three days is much too long to figure out a problem. They should at least be providing an update. Being a "nice guy" won't help. Call them and get an update.
Well they haven't been charging me for the visits so that's why I think they haven't been documenting it, but yea your right. I still don't even trust them with it. If they don't know how to fix it then I don't need them practicing it on my car. I would rather pay someone else the money who will be able to provide a solution
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