Date: Sat, 31 Jan 1998 10:54:56 GMT From: "Nick Buddenbrock" <bdnbrcknopsamach.com> Subject: Re: Any Indianapolis Saab owners?
Change your own oil.....only takes 5 minutes..you save about 10 dollars...if broken down thats $120.00 an hour.....And most of all, if you want something done right you have to do it yourself. jonnopsamam.gte.net wrote in message <6au932$cd9$1nopsam.gte.net>... >On 23 Jan 1998 23:34:01 -0700, Spiros Triantafyllopoulos ><striantanopsamenet.com> wrote: > >>Any Indianapolis area Saab owners here? I'd like to ask about >>alternate oil change places. I use the dealer for oil changes >>and he's too far away... Nearby there's a place 'specializing >>in European vehicles' which looks respectable... It's a 95 >>900S. If you have had any experience here in Indy/northside please >>let me know. >> >>Spiros >>-- >>Spiros Triantafyllopoulos email: striantanopsamenet.com >>at home in Central Indiana www.primenet.com/~strianta > >Id recommend staying as far away from the Saab dealer in Indy, tried >to take my wife for a $5800.00 repair bill when all she needed was a >new oil pump. The courts, a half dozen lawyers, and the attorney >generals office are in the process of clearing that one up but she >wont have a car till judgement is handed down. > >Most of the jiffy lubes etc. I have had problems with on oil changes. >The impact wrenches will round off the aluminum bolt. Specify that >they dont use impacts! Other than that, any oil change place will >work.