quote:Originally posted by Trajan:
1: Do you like having to make payments on a car sitting on a lot while the game of "They said/They said" goes through the courts?
YES or you will destroy your credit, and run the risk of a repo.
quote:2: Do you want to be the walnut between the jaws of an oil maker and a car maker?
Nope, but you will!
quote:3: Do you really want to go on public record telling the world why you're too stupid to follow the mfg warranty?
quote:Or would you rather just follow the contract you agreed to by buying the car in the first place, and avoid all the above?
Yep. Actually quite simple Trajan, some people just like to complicate things.
Remember many times when a company pays a settlement for a claim both parties sign papers that they won't disclose terms of the settlement. That helps maintain a company's reputation, that agreement is legally binding too, it is part of the settlement. So finding something on the internet would be tough. Service writers and my machine shop buddy told me of customer woes not using approved oil, and not following the mfg recommended OCI's. A Honda writer told me of problems with Amsoil ATF used in an Accord., some universal fluid they offer.