I had a transmission flush done at a Toyota service center yesterday, and that was all that was done. Today, I went to get an oil change, and was told both hoses were leaking. Not only were they leaking quickly, but they were both completely compromised (holes in them). I was not told at the dealership that my hoses were corrupted. The oil change guys told me that the rate of leak meant I was in some immediate trouble.
So, my question is…should the dealership have checked the hoses? How could they possibly not have noticed the leaks? They refuse to refund my money, claiming it wasn’t their problem whatsoever.
I forgot to mention that I was originally going to get an oil change done at the dealership, along with the transmission flush. I decided it was too expensive, and decided to go elsewhere. Toyota refuses to refund my money because they claim because I didn’t get the oil change, the 17 point (or whatever number)
inspection wasn’t conducted, so they couldn’t possibly have seen the holes in my transmission hoses.