- Report: #1109762
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Complaint Review: M&R Sports & Mower
M&R Sports & Mowerclark st rd Auburn NY 13021 Auburn, New York USA
M&R Sports & Mower Had my snowmobile for 3 wks for service, didnt fix the problem & charged me 500 dollars Auburn New York
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Took my Yamaha snowmobile to M&R sports & mower to have an electrical problem diagnosed and repaired. The mechanic boasted that he had four years of technical training, he said the carburetors were causing a electrical fault and he was sure of the problem.2 weeks later After blowing smoke up my a*s saying that there were parts missing out of the carburetors and there's an exaust leak he assured me its all fixed. The machine ran fine when I took it there the issue with the electronics only occurred after 5 min of riding,
upon testing the sled I noticed that it ran the same and the problem wasn't fixed, it also has an engine oil leak that it didn't have before. There is no exaust leak, don't know if the carbs were even looked at, he replaced my new spark plugs with new ones and charged me for them, the electrical problem still exists and it developed an engine oil leak somehow at service. I'm absolutely furious that I have to deal with this incompetent behavior and dwell on it during Christmas and to top it off I can't take my kids riding in the fresh snow that fell last night.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/25/2013 03:46 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/MR-Sports-Mower/Auburn-New-York-13021/MR-Sports-Mower-Had-my-snowmobile-for-3-wks-for-service-didnt-fix-the-problem-charg-1109762. 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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