This is a discussion on The Official Southern Oregon Thread within the North Western States forums, part of the Regional Discussion category; Originally Posted by Wade-0 Anyone know of a killer product to get these nasty yellow stains outta my upholstry? Thats ...
Don't know what to say about what happened Wade. I do know he over books himself at times because he's damn popular, and now he's the only independant Subie mechanic in the valley. I've never had a problem from him on any of the 4 cars I've had him work on. Last one I had him work on was my finace's Legacy, and he was so far behind when I came to get it, I helped out by running after parts, changing the belts myself, and helped him repair the taillight water leaks in the hatch. I wasn't paying the bill as it was a used car warranty picking up the tab, so the cost of me helping him wasn;t an issue to me. I'd have to say he's a victim of his own success. Not trying to justify what happened, or make excuses. Merely relaying my own experiences. I don't blame you for not going there again, but until I have a problem I'll let him continue to do my stuff. Especially since I need plugs soon.....
wrx stockers w/ re950s still for sale... $290 takes them.
...and after reading briefly over Wade's fiasco, well, I'll know where NOT to take my car if it ever needs a mech.
Don't you bring that weak tot action
This whole thing would have been a non-issue if he just would have been honest about his schedule, and asked me to bring the car in when he had time to dedicate to it. The job should only take half a day. When I picked up my car, I asked him what the story was with the car he had on the lift, and why was it more important than mine. He told me that car had been sitting on his lot for longer than mine, and it was an easier job. Ummm... the stories just aren't jiving here my friend.
Ok Bo, I dropped it off at your shop this morning. I've never seen so many raised eyebrows and sideways looks. The guy that greeted me when I pulled up actually said "A Subaru?"
I don't know how much background you gave them about what was going on with the pressure plate and all that, but they didn't ask so I figured you had.
Oh yeah, the Febreze Auto worked great.
Hey Dave, changing out the plugs isn't too difficult. I have a plug socket with an integrated swivel that makes the job a lot easier. The hardest thing with the wagon is moving the washer fluid bottle out of the way. I've done mine and Noelle's RS, so I'm kinda savvy if you want some help
Dave was there when I did my plugs... he knows what its all about.. SMALL HANDS... smell like cabbage, you know CARNIES
Life is a b!tch, so smack it on the ass and say "Thanks for the ride"