In the past however, I made known I was having the Biggs break in fluid removed after my customized cam shaft installation. It was my first time there.
I drove off not having it pointed out to me personally that there was oil leaking. In the meantime, in the meantime, I was having problems with the car and took it to another mechanic after the original mechanic had made adjustments.
I had the first 2,000 miles regular oil removed and after driving out saw exclamation points next to the oil leak. The car was returned and checked and was told there may be a rear main seal and oil pan leak.
A retired dealer purchased the car and said afterwards, it came out the car had engine failure and the transmission went out....no prior issues.
The manufacturer of the camshaft said neither mechanics ordered a special tool to adjust the torque, not tension.
So I had a camshaft put in that eventually destroyed the car.
I think the workers listen to the customer when coming in...I clearly said the break in oil was being removed....with oil leaks, right there it indicated faulty installation.
Overall, your service is exceptional and am a returning customer.