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Scott Francis Baker


April 21st, 2001

CV Joint @ 05:06 pm

Firestone seems to think my CV Joint is fried. I suppose that makes sense considering the sound it was making. They didn't make it sound life-threatening. I'm probably going to take my car in for quite a bit of service when I move home. Guy said it should be about $200 - $220 to have the joing replaced. Add another $300 for whatever other work I'm sure they will find when I take it back. I'm guessing around $500 to get my car in tip-top shape.
 
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From:pher
Date:April 21st, 2001 06:16 pm (UTC)

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Sounds like a lie to me! the clicking/funky noise is perfectly natural, shopping carts aren't ment to go over 55.
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From:gorgonous
Date:April 21st, 2001 06:43 pm (UTC)
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Is that somehow related to the 600 lbs. you had in the back of your car yesterday?
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From:angz
Date:April 21st, 2001 08:48 pm (UTC)
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Be careful, remember when mine went on the Galant, I let it go so long I had to get the axels replaced as well.
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From:inahandbasket
Date:April 23rd, 2001 04:43 pm (UTC)
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Dude, get a second opinion on the price.
Firestone (at least around me) isn't the most honest company to have check out your car.
A friend of mine paid them to replace a part of his car that he later found out didn't even exist.
Just a word of warning.
Perhaps they're better around you...
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From:muerte
Date:April 23rd, 2001 07:43 pm (UTC)
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So far it's been to two places, now they're telling me it's the transmission. So we'll see what the transmission place says.

Scott Francis Baker