I cannot really describe the noise, it is like.... ooo I cannot think of how to describe it but it is evenly timed between the noises and it sounds like it is coming from the driver side back wheel. I only hear it when slowing downIt's hard to tell, but it does look as though the front is not supported, which suggests that it may not be lifted correctly.
Why that would make a difference slowing down I don't know. If it didn't fall off the lift and they managed to change the oil OK you should have got away with it.
What kind of noise, and from where in the car?
I kept trying to give them instructions on how to do the oil change but I do not think they were listening to me. It is more of a long clicking I did not check the undertray bolts, will do thatDid you see where they put the lift pads on the rear of the car? Also, have you checked to make sure they replaced and tightened all the undertray bolts?
Can you be more specific about the type of noise? Is it a click, or squeak, etc? Does it happen only when braking, or also when coasting?
When the bolts that connect the undertray to the diffuser are loose (or missing), the two panels will rub or tap each other under certain conditions. Also check that the three small bolts (on each side) that connect the undertray to the chassis were replaced and tightened properlyI kept trying to give them instructions on how to do the oil change but I do not think they were listening to me. It is more of a long clicking I did not check the undertray bolts, will do that
Yeah i was mad, I knew I should have left when I saw they could not figure out how to get it on a lift. I thought if I was helpful and gave them instructions it would be smooth after that. They did move it off that lift on to this neat lift that had two sections. but then it took 3 more hours because he knew there had to be an easier way than the instructions said... I just wanted to get it done and have learned an important lesson. Do it myself or suck up the drive and go somewhere that knows how to work on these cars.Looks like it was on it's WAY to being " Q-Balled " !!!!:crazyeyes
they did take it off that lift after they decided it wasnt working. They put it on a more standard drive-on lift, and did the oil change on that.there's definitely something wrong w/ that picture.
+1 on the DIY oil change. i'm 50/50 on whether you shold take it to criswell to have it checked out. Behe Performance is my recommendation.
Can you isolate where the noise is coming from? (Just the rear, or the front or the side?)they did take it off that lift after they decided it wasnt working. They put it on a more standard drive-on lift, and did the oil change on that.
but yeah, they tried 3 different lifts before they found one that they could use with this car lol