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Complaint Review: david maus
david maussanford, Florida USA
david maus service department Don't Get The Free Oil Change, Actual Cost Will Be a New Motor! sanford Florida
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Bought a used car from David Maus Toyota. I thought they were just great at the time, for offering free oil changes and car washes. But what a fool I was. Don't fall for the "free oil change" scam. When they give you your car back, it won't have much oil in it. Just enough to make it for a little while and then your service light will come on and you will think something else is wrong ( not thinking it could possibly be LOW on oil, after just having an oil change done by them).
I guess they call that "Building a Job". Anyway after just having an oil change done by David Maus service dept., I am driving down the road 3 weeks later and the service light came on and then I heard a knocking sound, and guess what?.....I have to get my car towed into a reputable shop, and it is completely out of oil! Now I need to buy a new engine, but it won't be from David Maus Service Dept. My mechanic said he could not say for sure, but it looked like someone had left the plug loose? I think I will be done with their FREE STUFF.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/16/2014 07:07 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/david-maus/sanford-Florida/david-maus-service-department-Dont-Get-The-Free-Oil-Change-Actual-Cost-Will-Be-a-New-Mo-1139246. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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