Question about 2003 Mazda Tribute
After a Mazda dealer replaces a power steering pump and lines, power steering pump fluid still leaks. Another Mazda dealer says the fluid is leaking from the hose. Does it mean the first dealer mechanic does not tight the hose properly, right? If this the case, should the second dealer do the job as warranty and ask the first dealer for money. Or there is difference of lines and hose for a power steering pump system.
FIRST MECHANICS COULD HAVE TIGHTEN LINE TOO TIGHT AND DAMAGED THE SEAL IN LINE FITTING.TAKE CAR BACK TO FIRST DEALER.LET THEM KNOW POWER STEERING IS STILL LEAKING AND THEY DID NOT FIX THE PROBLEM.THEY SHOULD NOT CHARGE YOU ANYTHING JOB SHOULD BE DONE RIGHT THE FIRST TIME.
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
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