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Old 08-08-2007, 01:36 PM   #11
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That'* just downright scary. I will have to give them some credit for being honest.
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heck, at least they told you! i'm suprised they did just "oh well" it and filler back up!
I am suprised they didn't do that.
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It'* your own fault! If you'd taped that 3' fluorescent orange streamer to it BEFORE you went in this never would have been a problem.

Haven't been to Canadian Tire for auto service in many, many years. Anybody wonder why?
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naw naw, that wouldn't have worked...you gotta have a HUGE, all florescent SIGN flat against the bottom of the car that says OIL FILTER IS HERE with a big arrow on it. Then another arrow pointing to the drain plug just in case they loose track of that too.

Idiots.
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the filter was cursed. they didnt want to "find" it.
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You know what'* really fun? Taking a Ecotec 2.2 to a oil change place. They have NO idea where the oil filter is.
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I think I have "had" my oil changed maybe three times in 4 years, I have my own reasons lol
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