Question about 2004 Honda Pilot
Well, on one hand these are common things that can go wrong, when you remove certain components, gaskets will need replacing, but I have had only a few experiences with technicians who will explain this before the job is performed, as they do not want to scare you away........and they are ringing you to inform you....I know a few dodgy places, that wait until the job is done and you go to pick the car up and they hit you with this unforeseen massive bill......
But, however, I have and always supply the old parts to my clients to show them what has been replaced, and why......If you expect people to pay you for working on thier car, then you should have the decency to be transparent.........so make sure they are keeping the old parts, and showing you when you got o pick the car up......
Get back and tell us how it goes......
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
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