Upon arrival at shop on 441/27 in Summerfield, Fla. my "check engine light was on and a message saying "Check gas cap".
After new front brakes and rotors, new air filter and steering fluids and instillation of new headlights and bulbs (I supplied) and a new generic gas cap. My bill was just over eight hundred dollars.
After just a several miles my check engine light returned and the "check gas cap" message never went away, I was told by the mechanic that the gas cap message would go away after several engine cycles (on and off) ????
I'm not a happy repeat customer, and will seriously rethink future business.