My xmechanic replaced the wrong co2 sesor. I smell gas. Now he is going to charge me to put in the other co2 sesor. I need an honest mechanic, that can work on my saab in bakersfield california. Help anyone
If you had anywhere near the 100,000 mile mark its not all bad to have changed the O2 sensor. They have a finite life of roughly that many miles.
Agree, I can see them charging for the part but labor should be compd as part of a warranty on work completed. I've heard Walter Wong in LA is good thru Saabnet
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