Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2006 14:35:34 -0000
From: "Denise" <denise_researchnospampam*hotmail.com>
Subject: Re: Wheel bearing


"Denise" <denise_researchnospampam*hotmail.com> wrote in message news:454decc8$0$7164$a8266bb1nospam.titannews.com... > Hello again, > About 6 months ago I had to have a wheel bearing sorted out on my H reg > Saab 9000. About 3 months later it didn't 'feel right'. Now it seems as > bad as ever. Is it usual for this to happen in such short a time? > The same garage stripped the turbo down.....and it still has a leak. They > did an oil change and I ran out of oil within 2 months. I don't understand > any of what goes on under the bonnet. Is it worth going to complain after > all this time? Do I have a complaint? > To make matters worse I now have a battery light coming on, I'm not sure > if the battery isn't holding charge or something isn't charging the > battery. Any ideas how I can tell without spending cash at a garage? I'm > pretty broke and struggling to keep the car on the road for work. > Thanks in advance, > Denise > PS. I'm blonde so please type replies really slowly and should anyone win > the lottery please feel free to mend 'old Matilda the car' for me! My car is feeling better! A nice garage in Plymouth sorted me out with a new alternator, fitted it, changed the fan belt, checked out the wheel bearings etc..............all for 105 inc VAT! ........and the problem I had that I thought was the wheel bearing.....seems to have magically cured itself after the mechanic put things back together! Thank you once again for taking the time and trouble to read through my post and to reply to it. This group is a real help. Regards and best wishes to all, Denise x ................................................................ Posted via TITANnews - Uncensored Newsgroups Access >>>> at http://www.TitanNews.com <<<< -=Every Newsgroup - Anonymous, UNCENSORED, BROADBAND Downloads=-

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