I’m still plagued by car problems and now hubby also has to have a windshield replaced in his vehicle. It had a pit in it from his trip to
Oregon in October and a few days ago it
split all the way across due to the cold weather. We had to scrape a quarter
inch of ice off the windshield before we could get on the road.
I just got my car back out of the shop again, this time for an electrical problem that the mechanic thinks is in the front door panel. This could be up to a $700 repair but he replaced a fuse and so far it’s working. I’m crossing my fingers it continues to do so for the long term. The tech told me he didn’t know how long it would last, a week, a month or a year or longer. There was no way to know since everything showed up fine when he scoped the car on the machine they use.
The ray of sunshine in all this is that the guy came to my house to get my car and take it to the shop about ten miles away. That evening he gave me a loaner car that he delivered to my house at 8:30 PM. I would like to know what other mechanic does this? He made sure the car was an automatic too and had gas so I could get to work and back while he had my car in the shop.
This is the loaner car, which reminded me of a demolition derby car