on my own. I have been told it will cost 450-850 to change a 35-40$ bearing. I need a honest person for help instead of paying out an extra $25-$40 for a manual. I wish the ones who say they are cert. mechcanics that cant answer a ? would get a life instead of wasting a mans time. Let me know how I can reach you? It will be a great help. Thanks for your time!
Thank you! Your.Mechcanic. Yes, I have always tried to tackle every auto failure on 2005 Toyota Matrix
by MATRIXXR in Freetown, IN on November 02, 2012
1 answer 2 comments
ANSWER by pushrod on November 04, 2012
SORRY WE WASTED YOUR TIME,WILL TRY VERY HARD NOT TO DO IT AGAIN! PS, HOW DID THAT REPAIR TURN OUT?
COMMENT by ziptie12 on November 06, 2012
I'm guessing it's on a flat-bed by now? And I NEVER claimed to be certified!! Just trying to help people ASKING for HELP ..........and then get insulted ........I like green jelly!!
COMMENT by pushrod on November 08, 2012
I AGREE, I NEVER CLAIMED TO KNOW HOW TO FIX ALL OF THEM, BUT I SURE AS HELL KNOW WHEN NOT TO TRY! THE WAY I CAN TELL IS WHEN I HAVE TO ASK WHAT KIND OF TOOLS TO USE AND HOW TO DO IT. PEOPLE DO NOT UNDERSTAND A LOT OF THE TIME WE ARE TRYING TO SAVE THEM SOME MONEY. OH WELL TODAY I HAVE A CUSTOMER WITH A TOOTHACHE THINK I WILL ASK A DENTIST WHAT KIND OF TOOLS I NEED TO PULL IT AND HOW TO DO IT!! WONDER WHAT HIS ANSWER WILL BE? PS, I MUST BE CERTIFIED PEOPLE TELL ME THAT ALL THE TIME. little pig little pig! See what i mean?