Question about 1991 Honda Civic
I recently had a timing belt replacement, water pump, drive belt, etc on a 2003 honda civic. The car started to overheat 1 week later . Took it back to the shop they said it was a fuse. Two days later it still was overheating, now they said the car has serious damage and needs 1000-3000$ work. The car was fine prior to the timing belt. HELP!!!!!
If you took the car into this Garage , for just the timing belt, and then after there repair, you developed the overheating, then the problem should lie with them.
Did the car ever overheat before you took it too them ?
If not, go back and ask to see the Service Manager, and give him your grievance, that if they do not fix it, you will sue !
Good Luck !
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Posted on Jan 20, 2009
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