Nov 15th, 06, 05:06 PM
Join Date: Apr 1999
Location: Fortuna, CA
Re: how would gas get into the oil?
In your other thread (feel free to keep posting in the same thread next time to make it easier to follow the whole story) you mentioned you had no problem until a mechanic replaced plugs, wires and did an oil change.
1. mechanic would have reported gas in oil when changing it had the problem existed before this work.
2. could be related to this work that was done. List for us exactly what you had done...
3. could be a problem that just surfaced after the mechanic finished and unrelated to what he did. More reason to list all the work done, don't leave out any details...
4. What are the mechanics saying is the cause? I know you said they are at a loss for words but I am assuming that is in reference to owning up to causing the problem.
Good luck with this one, how long have you had the car? If you can prove the seller knew about a problem and didn't tell you you can put this back on them for not disclosing the problem. Think back to everything said during the sale and go over the paper work from the sale.
I posted all this because it sounds like you are on the bad end of everything that has happened. Sounds like you will need to have your facts all lined up if you are going to get anywhere other than more repair bills...
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