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Old 10-24-2003, 01:55 PM   #1
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Default Help! How do I get satisfaction?

besides challenging them to a duel?

I need help with a problem...
My car died a few hours from home a couple weeks ago. The clutch master and slave cylinder were shot. So I took it to a well recomended local sube dealership...they fixed it.
Now, two or three weeks later, I go to start my car in the morning, and it won't go into gear...same problem...presumably clutch master and slave cylinders? This is my problem, I would think that if the install was bad or the parts installed were broken already...that they should replace them...reasonable, no?
But it would cost hundreds of dollars to tow my car there, and I can't drive it there. I have a good reliable local mechanic who specializes in subarus, I think hes a factory certified master tech, definately ASC (thats it, right? certified at least. Is there anyway I could get through this without paying hundreds of dollars for a tow (150+ miles) and/or paying 400 dollars for a clutch master and slave cylinder? Then again, maybe I just need to bleed it or something...one can hope.
thanks all...
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Old 10-24-2003, 02:03 PM   #2
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Help! How do I get satisfaction?

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