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Time to stop the cop-out. You damaged my motor, beat on it spinning tires in 3rd. gear and were running the motor at high revolutions while the fuel trims were set to safety. You cannot run a motor with a turbo like mine at 25psi boost with the afr @ 14.88 - 17.XX without causing damage to the head and valve train. But you did. Chrysler confirmed the cause of the dead cylinder by valves being out of sequence. meaning you did not properly time the motor. You destroyed my motor and are trying to get out of repairing your damages. This is my last offer to you to resolve your destroying my motor before I litigate against you. You are responsible, by law, and there is a witness. And your manager Larry, whom I quote " It ran like a scalded dog, they came back with smiles on their faces" and by the witness " They were spinning tires in 3rd. gear, you could hear them on it at the bottom of the hill".
This is my final offer, repair what you broke, or your going to end up paying alot more to the dealer to fix what you broke, this is no joke. You cannot improperly time a motor of my type, beat the piss out of it, over charge for the short cut job ( removing the valve cover, and turning the cams to align the gears into timing, it leaves the valves in the wrong possition. Then pulling the cam seals out of the valve cover to make it look like the oil came from there. If the motor is not running, the oil pump cannot push oil through the absent seals. Impossible. Plus the ends of the cam shafts were dry. If the oil was blowing all over the engine bay like it was, the shaft ends would have oil on them. Also, you cannot replace a 2.4L turbo cam pos. sensor with the sensor of a 2.0L n/a motor, they are different.) You half assed the job, and caused my motor to be destroyed. Time to fix it, or pay up. Last chance. Also, be expecting to hear from my attorney's office, the BBB, and there will be a little something in the Tribune, if you decide not to do what is right. I have your receipt stating your repairs, a confirmation letter from the tech's at Chrysler in agreeance with the cause of damage. Balls in your court. Do the right thing. Thanks, the man your attempting to screw over.

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Time to stop the cop-out. You damaged my motor, beat on it spinning tires in 3rd. gear and were running the motor at high revolutions while the fuel trims were set to safety. You cannot run a motor with a turbo like mine at 25psi boost with the afr @ 14.88 - 17.XX without causing damage to the head and valve train. But you did. Chrysler confirmed the cause of the dead cylinder by valves being out of sequence. meaning you did not properly time the motor. You destroyed my motor and are trying to get out of repairing your damages. This is my last offer to you to resolve your destroying my motor before I litigate against you. You are responsible, by law, and there is a witness. And your manager Larry, whom I quote " It ran like a scalded dog, they came back with smiles on their faces" and by the witness " They were spinning tires in 3rd. gear, you could hear them on it at the bottom of the hill".
This is my final offer, repair what you broke, or your going to end up paying alot more to the dealer to fix what you broke, this is no joke. You cannot improperly time a motor of my type, beat the piss out of it, over charge for the short cut job ( removing the valve cover, and turning the cams to align the gears into timing, it leaves the valves in the wrong possition. Then pulling the cam seals out of the valve cover to make it look like the oil came from there. If the motor is not running, the oil pump cannot push oil through the absent seals. Impossible. Plus the ends of the cam shafts were dry. If the oil was blowing all over the engine bay like it was, the shaft ends would have oil on them. Also, you cannot replace a 2.4L turbo cam pos. sensor with the sensor of a 2.0L n/a motor, they are different.) You half assed the job, and caused my motor to be destroyed. Time to fix it, or pay up. Last chance. Also, be expecting to hear from my attorney's office, the BBB, and there will be a little something in the Tribune, if you decide not to do what is right. I have your receipt stating your repairs, a confirmation letter from the tech's at Chrysler in agreeance with the cause of damage. Balls in your court. Do the right thing. Thanks, the man your attempting to screw over.

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