Got 95 Audi a6 wagon used. Smell burnt oil after driving, so I guess I have an engine problem. Can non Audi mechanic work on this issue along with transmission and front end possible problems or should I...
Hello. A word to the wise. myself, if I didn't have a good relationship with a local general machanic, I would ask friends, family, and even co-workers if they have a good machanic they can recommend.
The issues you sighted could be caused by a number of things that a good machanic could resolve.
I would start there, and then let that machanic tell you if it's out of his/her ability.
I suggest this primarily because good machanics at local repair shops usually have a labor rate of $40 to $70 per hour, while dealerships are usually well over $120 per hour.
When you drive older cars, as I do, nothing is more important than finding a machanic that you can trust. They are out there, you may need to invest a little time to find them.
I do wish you all the best.
Jan 09, 2011 |
1995 Audi A6