Truck was in for oil change and tire rotation. When I got home later that day I had a low tire pressure warning. 2 tires were at 42 psi, one at 39 psi and one at 15 psi. My guess is the mechanics pressure gauge is faulty. Tires should be at 35 psi, per the door sticker.
My old advisor Michele no longer works at Start Buick, and I received a new advisor named Evan. I found Evan to be very personable, polite and professional. I've used this location for a few yrs now and was ALWAYS disappointed at how the advisors discuss customers vehicles at levels that allow all other customers in the waiting area to overhear the conversations. When Evan talked to me about my vehicle (while I was in the waiting room), he kept his tone to a level that assured me that only he and could hear our conversation. This was a major plus in my book. Great job Evan. All advisors should follow his example.
I was in for routine service (oil change & tire rotation). I also had some 30K mile stuff done. When I returned home, I noticed the tires had not been rotated. This necessitated a return trip the next day to have it done. Annoying!
Auto had a warning signal due to a leak in the exhaust y-pipe. Dealership was unable to repair the exhaust because parts were not available and suggested that we take the car to a muffler repair shop to have the leak welded. Muffler shop was unable to weld the pipe, so they installed a new y-pipe. (I assume aftermarket.) Car is repaired and warning light was cleared. Back to normal.