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Asked on: 7/10/13, 7:55 pm

My wife took our Honda Pilot for an oil change. While car was still in the bay the technician tried starting the car and it would not start. I showed up 20 minutes later and they were still trying to start the vehicle. I asked them to stop and I called the dealership. I was asked to take vehicle to dealership since i had warranty. My road hazard sent a tow truck and took my vehicle to dealership 50 miles away. I still had to pay $89 out of pocket. After a few days and another $500 (warranty does not cover diagnostics) the experts told me that the car was strted without oil. The cams were stuck which damaged my timing belt. The Honda company is going to send an adjuster to see if they will cover. I am afraid they will not cover since it was not a manufacturer problem. Do I have a case against the oil change business.

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