Question about 2000 Buick Century
I have used rust treatments for 4 years. Today my brakes failed and lost all fluid. I could have killed someone. Luckily I was not on the highway. My mechanic has determined the line broke above the gas tank. Cost for new lines will be 350.00. Am I totally responsible for this?
I would check my Krown warranty.
If you have had the vehicle sprayed starting when it was new you should have NO rust.....and free brake lines.
If it was a used vehicle when you started spraying......the Krown will only slow the rust......no free brake lines.
If the top tank area is dry....no Krown oil.......again free brake lines.
Krown is a good product and does prevent rust if applied correctly.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
Testimonial: "I have written to Krown's head office. My vehicle is used so most likely I will never be compensated but my letter is about accountability."
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