Your being way too nice.

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Old 05 Sep 2009, 11:40 am   #1 (permalink)
John Hunter
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Default Your being way too nice.

If it's using twice the oil it was before you have a problem now...and
both the dealer and the oil change shop know it ...
for the same reason race car owners don't like to run the same engine
twice without rebuilding it ... wear ... heat + friction = wear
their mistake has put you in the same position ... pay now and know what
ya got or chance it and pay more when contiuing to use it causes even
more damage ..racers do it because it's cheaper than the race it'll cost
them or the block they'll destroy.. the lub shop should do it to protect
their reputation, and ulimately their income ... your being way too nice.
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Old 19 Sep 2009, 10:03 am   #2 (permalink)
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"John Hunter" <jch229@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:4wwom.161363$0e4.101491@newsfe19.iad...
> If it's using twice the oil it was before you have a problem now...and
> both the dealer and the oil change shop know it ...
> for the same reason race car owners don't like to run the same engine
> twice without rebuilding it ... wear ... heat + friction = wear
> their mistake has put you in the same position ... pay now and know what
> ya got or chance it and pay more when contiuing to use it causes even more
> damage ..racers do it because it's cheaper than the race it'll cost them
> or the block they'll destroy.. the lub shop should do it to protect their
> reputation, and ulimately their income ... your being way too nice.


I spoke to a lawyer friend Thursday during lunch about this one. The OP
might have a hard time proving this case, and if he did, any reward might
be much less than he could expect.

I wish him or her well, but dont assume just because you are probably
in the right that you will persevere,and even if you do your compensation
may not be what you want.

If one can resolve it with the shop owner without going to court, it might
be the best course of action.

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