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Mechanic put a timing belt tensioner in and walked away and didnt finish the job

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I hope that you haven't paid him for the work done so far. Get some one else in to finish the job

Posted on Feb 14, 2014

  • Craig Wilson Feb 15, 2014

    Sounds like its out of his league, professionals will do the job with no problems

  • Bill Boyd Feb 15, 2014

    unfortunately this would be the way to go but when professionals take on a job like this you ahve to be careful and get a quote first as they tend to load up the price with sayings like I don't know what he did but to fix everything I have to start from scratch. Just be sure that you will not be taken for a ride.

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