What To Do When Your Car Is Not Fixed Right ~ Podcast Episode 4
Today’s automotive podcast is geared more to the customer. What should you do if the shop doesn’t fix your car the right way the first time? As much as I wish all cars were fixed right, that is just not reality. We discuss the steps you can take to get your car back on the road with as little headache as possible. We will even talk about some of the reasons this can happen, and why it’s not really that abnormal.
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Join me today as we dive deep into:
- Analyze if your car is safe, and keep calm
- Call the shop ASAP, and stay calm
- Explain exactly what is happening, and note if it is the same issue, or a new one
- Give them an opportunity to fix it.
- Work with that same shop to get your car fixed
- Why a check engine light may not be diagnosed properly.
- Keys to getting your car fixed asap
I know that this can be a touchy subject for folks. But these is the best way I have found to help make a crappy situation with your car better.
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