10-20-2004, 10:47 PM
I beleive that is what they called it... thats the only problem they found with the car and they said it will be 185 to fix (including labor and part)
is that a good price? what exactly is that?
10-21-2004, 10:51 PM
The oil level sensor can be found at our sponsor's site, and the associated o-rings are recommended to be done a the same time. It is a very easy DIY (do it yourself) replacement while the oil is being changed. I can't advise on any labor costs.
10-22-2004, 09:42 AM
The did the rings, the oil sensor, and the gasket for 200.
I still have to get the oil changed and the filter changed...
So will a new oil lever really help lessen the oil leak?
---I went to pick the car up yesterday but the atenna didnt work when I went to pick it up so they are fixing that, but as I was driving off (before I noticed the antenna didnt work there was a smell of burning-- any idea what that could have been? If its stil present when I go to pick it up today I will question them.)
11-17-2004, 06:54 PM
What model are we talking about here?
They changed the oil level sensor w/o changing the oil??
I think I would look for a difrent repair shop. Sounds like a outfit that doesnt fly in day time.