Jesse C Pcb

Bogus Auto Repairs

Bought new Forester in 2009. Replaced engine in 2013 & have been doing oil changes religiously every 3000 miles since that time. On 6/12/18, w/ the engine running fine, I took my car to Subaru Pacific for an oil change and got talked into a Minor Service. Ater the service, as I drove off i noticed a little hesitation in acceleration which I thought was a cold engine. The next morning (6/13/18) the hesitation was still there as I drove to work. On the way back home, 4 Dash lights came on. These included Traction Control, Tire Pressure, Cruise Control flashing & Check Engine. As I said, the engine was running great prior to the service. So on the way home, I immediately took the car back to the dealership and told them what had happened. My Service writrr, Ovi, said they would have to do a Sensor Check @ $140. After this check, he told me the sensor showed that the engine was misfiring(?) & a Compression Check was needed @ $700+. On 6/14/18 Ovi called to say the engine compression test came back normal, which I already knew because the engine was fine, just needed an oil change. He said tjey were going to have to change out all of the sparkplugs & sparkplug wires @ another $700+. Nothing I can do @ this moment since they have my vehicle. Resolution? I want my money back! Thank you Jesse Collins 323-533-****
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