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Yesterday I went in and a clerk who works there on a regular basis and knows what things cost,told me a much lower price and I asked her if it was on sale and she said no that is the regular price.The other lady was filling a cooler and then noticed me and called me a liar,there is a lot more to the story but I would like to know if someone can help me before I type more as I'm not that good on computer Thank you
Sounds like a civil matter. Find your receipts and get proof of the overcharge and file a small claims case.
Why did you not notice this when you checked out. I watch everything as it is scanned. If it does not ring up right I immediately bring it to the cashiers attention. The delay on your part may not help your situation.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2006 subaru B9 Tribeca Error 66
Hello, I know exactly what your talking about! and why no one else did... The error code is being displayed on your trip/odo LCD screen at the bottom of your right gauge pod if I remember correctly. Only, it\'s not Er 66... it\'s (Er bb) which is a malfunction with your vacuum pump system. I truly hope this is the same concern you are asking about, if so I am happy I could help. If it is a different problem please let me know so I can look into this matter further. I\'ve added an "error chart guide" so you will have proof this time when/if you decide to return to the dealer... Good luck!! and I hope this info helps...(subytech1)...
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
SOURCE: Well long story very short.
Generally if it's less than a quart overfull, nothing will happen. Since you are consuming a lot of oil, the level will drop with time.
If more than a quart, remove the oil filter and drain it (may take a couple of times, starting the engine each time to re-fill the filter) or simply drain the oil from the engine into a clean pan and use that oil to re-fill but not as full as before. Having too much oil in the pan can cause the crankshaft to froth up the oil like it's in a blender which causes air to get into the oil (air does not lubricate anything) That, can damage the bearings on the crank.
Posted on Aug 15, 2010
SOURCE: At a 34,000 mile oil
I wouldn't pay that much to do that, maybe it's just me but that is a little steep-use THROTTLE BODY cleaner, since the coatings on the throttle body and intakes are usually coated and regular carb cleaner can damage this coating. I remove the intake tube and Mass Air Flow meter and put them out of the way and hold the throttle plate open while I spray the top and bottom of the open throttle plate, then I use a LINTLESS rag to wipe, as far in as I can reach, to get out any dirt or carbon. I usually put in a can of techron in the tank when the level is less than 1/2 tank and drive it until it is a little under 1/4 full. If you do this, you'll spend less than $15 and it should take no maor than 15 minutes-probably exactly what they were going to do-some profit, eh?
Posted on Apr 19, 2011
SOURCE: does a 1997 grand gt
Your car does have rack and pinion steering. If all of the fluid leaked out somewhere and you continued to drive, you probably have 2 problems to repair:
1. What ever started leaking (return hose, rack, pressure hose, or could just be the pump itself)
2. Power steering pump was damaged from lack of lubrication (fluid)
Posted on Jun 18, 2011
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