This will be my new PT Cruiser
When I arrived back on the scene Javi immediately jumped into action and ran the car back to the shop and hooked up the OBDI and determined what the problem was. He got the part and off to the shop we went. The part was installed and the code cleared and we were on our way back to Motor city to drop Javi off. Problem solved....or so we thought. On the way back about three blocks from the shop the car threw the same code, so back to see the mechanic we headed. Next problem, the mechanic had already left for the day. We decide to leave the Cruiser at Motor City for the night and Javi would take it back to the mechanic in the morning. Javi actually lives here in Mission, so he brought me home and he will let me know when things are running like they should. One of the reasons I selected this dealer is that they offer a 3 month, 3,000 mile warranty on everything they sell and everyone involved seemed generally concerned about making things right. Having been in the computer business where Murphy's law seemed to be in full force full time, I have learned 'any mechanical thing can break at any time'. The measure of a business is what they do to resolve the problem. So far, so good.
Today also became laundry day, this will avoid clothing optional day tomorrow and this afternoon will be Cardinal playoff baseball so we are still moving forward and enjoying the good life.