Wal-mart Auto Service

Wal-mart Auto Service

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Local Shopper

United States

#1 Nov 15, 2008
Broken stems, Snapped Nuts, and Stripped Covers.
A problem that can happen when you remove rims
from a vehicle. If you start the job and have a
problem make sure you have all the tools at your
disposal to repair a broken stem, snapped nut, or a stripped lug nut cover. Don't brake my nuts
off and strip my treads and covers and then
"REJECT" my car, tell me the last person that put
the nuts on stripped one and it not wal-mart
fault and you can't fix on the spot. Any job or work you offer to the public in the Auto Service Center should be done by certified men or women
that can get the job done and get it done right.
If you have to spray the threads with something
and let it soak for 5 mins to help back a bolt
off or heating it up with a torch so be it.
Don't just rush into a job order and when it's done wrong and you have a problem tell me to my face, "it's not Wal-mart fault..." Change you're
policies, get some better tools, get some stems
and stock them, pull off some drums and remove the broken stud and press a new one. Put the rim and tire back on and snug-it-up....Any person
that works in those bays should be able to do
this work. It easy to reject a vehicle and start another work order, but finish the job you sarted first...
Which Walmart

AOL

#2 Nov 15, 2008
.....so we don't go there?
Ken

Stockton, CA

#3 Nov 15, 2008
Local Shopper wrote:
Broken stems, Snapped Nuts, and Stripped Covers.
A problem that can happen when you remove rims
from a vehicle. If you start the job and have a
problem make sure you have all the tools at your
disposal to repair a broken stem, snapped nut, or a stripped lug nut cover. Don't brake my nuts
off and strip my treads and covers and then
"REJECT" my car, tell me the last person that put
the nuts on stripped one and it not wal-mart
fault and you can't fix on the spot. Any job or work you offer to the public in the Auto Service Center should be done by certified men or women
that can get the job done and get it done right.
If you have to spray the threads with something
and let it soak for 5 mins to help back a bolt
off or heating it up with a torch so be it.
Don't just rush into a job order and when it's done wrong and you have a problem tell me to my face, "it's not Wal-mart fault..." Change you're
policies, get some better tools, get some stems
and stock them, pull off some drums and remove the broken stud and press a new one. Put the rim and tire back on and snug-it-up....Any person
that works in those bays should be able to do
this work. It easy to reject a vehicle and start another work order, but finish the job you sarted first...
ROFLMAO
Another insane post by Joe Bongiorno the drug addicted, AIDS infected, welfare collecting, dicklicking, check stealing pedophile from Frankfort.
One minute he thinks he is mayor, the next a cop, the next a lawyer and now a mechanic. Funny how he knows so much yet his fat lazy disgusting a$$ collects welfare and we taxpayers support and raise his son.
Good job making yourself sound like an idiot Joe, you do it well. Everyone knows you
are a fairy and suck off men for crack.
When that retarded black man that was paying your dad to bang your mom blew his load in your mothers puss filled snatch did they ever test you to see if he is your father? After all that would make sense although your mom was with so many guys they may not have been able to narrow it down. Maybe that is why your father resented you and use to molest you and that is why now you are a molester and touch children when ever you get the chance. Your son is not safe in your new filthy bug ridden home. Although I am sure you will be evicted again soon for not paying the mortgage...or maybe for passing a stolen check.
lol lol lol lol
Joe try.... www.mentalhealth.com
ROFLMAO
dog

United States

#4 Nov 15, 2008
Simply put, Walmart is Chinatown. Buy American, shop American. Last time I checked China was still a Communist Country. Home of the free, The United States Of America.
dog
Sorry but you have

United States

#5 Nov 16, 2008
Broken stems, Snapped Nuts, and Stripped Covers.
A problem that can happen when you remove rims from a vehicle. If you start the job and have a
problem make sure you have all the tools at your
disposal to repair a broken stem, snapped nut, or a stripped lug nut cover. Don't brake my nuts off and strip my treads and covers and then "REJECT" my car, tell me the last person that put the nuts on stripped one and it not wal-marts fault and you can't fix it on the spot. Any job or work you offer to the public in the Auto Service Center should be done by certified men or women that can get the job done and get it done right the first time. Exspect problems and know how to solve them.
If you have to spray the threads with something
and let it soak for 5 mins to help back a bolt
off or heating it up with a torch so be it.
Don't just rush into a job order and when it's done wrong or you have a problem tell me, "it's not Wal-mart fault..." Change you're policies, get some better tools, get some stems and stock them, pull off some drums and remove the broken stud and press a new one on. Put the rim and tire back on, balence it, hang it, and snug-it-up....Any person that works in those bays should be able to do this work. It easy to reject a vehicle and start another work order, but finish the job you sarted first...
Easy

United States

#6 Nov 16, 2008
IF you want a real mechanic to work on your car go to one.

IF you want cheap service go to Walmart.

In both cases you get what you pay for...
clarify

Manlius, NY

#7 Nov 16, 2008
I agree. I had horrible work done at Wal-Mart. New tires that wore flat spots on three of them.Took car to Sears to get the whole front end inspected before wal-mart would even consider replacing the DEFECTIVE tires. Front end was deemed absolutely mechanically perfect.This was an 08 altima. and to add insult to injury..they didnt put my wheel covers back on right so three of them rolled off on commercial drive!!! and they charged me for the wear to the defective tires!!
Ken

Stockton, CA

#8 Nov 16, 2008
Sorry but you have wrote:
Broken stems, Snapped Nuts, and Stripped Covers.
A problem that can happen when you remove rims from a vehicle. If you start the job and have a
problem make sure you have all the tools at your
disposal to repair a broken stem, snapped nut, or a stripped lug nut cover. Don't brake my nuts off and strip my treads and covers and then "REJECT" my car, tell me the last person that put the nuts on stripped one and it not wal-marts fault and you can't fix it on the spot. Any job or work you offer to the public in the Auto Service Cente
lol lol lol
r should be done by certified men or women that can get the job done and get it done right the first time. Exspect problems and know how to solve them.
If you have to spray the threads with something
and let it soak for 5 mins to help back a bolt
off or heating it up with a torch so be it.
Don't just rush into a job order and when it's done wrong or you have a problem tell me, "it's not Wal-mart fault..." Change you're policies, get some better tools, get some stems and stock them, pull off some drums and remove the broken stud and press a new one on. Put the rim and tire back on, balence it, hang it, and snug-it-up....Any person that works in those bays should be able to do this work. It easy to reject a vehicle and start another work order, but finish the job you sarted first...
lol
Another insane post by Joe Bongiorno the drug addicted, AIDS infected, welfare collecting, dicklicking, check stealing pedophile from Frankfort.
One minute he thinks he is mayor, the next a cop, the next a lawyer and now a mechanic. Funny how he knows so much yet his fat lazy disgusting a$$ collects welfare and we taxpayers support and raise his son. You are one of the most illiterate people on earth yet you also milked the system for a vesid grant to go to clown school which obviously did little for you.lol
Good job making yourself sound like an idiot Joe, you do it well. Everyone knows you
are a fairy and suck off men for crack.
When that retarded black man that was paying your dad to bang your mom blew his load in your mothers puss filled snatch did they ever test you to see if he is your father? After all that would make sense although your mom was with so many guys they may not have been able to narrow it down. Maybe that is why your father resented you and use to molest you and that is why now you are a molester and touch children when ever you get the chance. Your son is not safe in your new filthy bug ridden home. Although I am sure you will be evicted again soon for not paying the mortgage...or maybe for passing a stolen check.
lol lol lol lol
Joe try.... www.mentalhealth.com
lol lol lol

Level 2

Since: Aug 08

New York, NY

#9 Nov 16, 2008
Do not go there for an oil change, I had a gift certificate for an oil change and I made the big mistake of taking my car there, they forgot to tighten skid plate covering oil pan, damage up the ass and when I went there to complain they said there was nothing they could do, they have nit wits working there that most of them can not talk English. what a joke. I learned my lesson, stay clear of that shop.
Baffeled

United States

#10 Nov 16, 2008
Free battery installation...They wanted me to wait 2.5 hours to relace a battery. Replaced it myself in the arking lot.. 15 mnutes. Guess so much for the free installation bullshit. Who has 2.5 hours to wait.
neener

New York, NY

#11 Nov 16, 2008
I made the mistake of leaving my car there for 2 new tires. I asked them to repalce the fronts and rotate the fronts to the rear. When I returned they had replaced the fronts but disposed of my perfectly good front tires. needless to say I had to buy 2 more because they would not make good on it! They insisted the ones they disposed of were no good.
After a few days the car started shaking terriable as they were off balance. I waited 5 hrs to have them make good on it and the same thing happend again! So naturally I took it to my mechanic to see if it was a mechanical problem. The problem was the tires were not balanced!!!! 2 times they supposedly balanced them and twice they did nothing. I think the car was just left there and the mechanics as they call themselves were on a permenent coffee break.
Lyle

Stockton, CA

#12 Nov 16, 2008
Maybe instead of worrying about Walmart employees you should take literacy and spelling classes "Baffeled".
Then maybe they will "relace" your battery quicker (less than 15 "mnutes")so you wont need to do it yourself in the "arking" lot.
lol

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