I definatly agree with Brat on this one. I have been in auto shops my whole life, 15 as a tech and the last 5 or so managing. I would say find a new shop to deal with this, the only downside to that is your going to pay for it, where firestone although seeminly incompetant at the moment, i assume they arent charging you to fix their mistakes. My advice if you are going to Firestone again, tell them you want the sensors and stems replaced with oem factory parts, not aftermarket. I have seen a few times where the aftermarket ones do not seal and sit as well as the factory units. But the aftermarket kits cost 4x less than dealer, so they get used. I would also assume they have done this already, but make sure to have them clean the rim lip, and the stem hole of any possible oxidation, it takes very little to cause a small leak. If they replace O rings again make sure they lube them so they dont pinch or tear. Thats about all i can think of off the top of my head, i dont know if it will help ya at all, but best of luck to you.
Unless Scout says dont do it. Then, really, just do it.
I know its blistering fast but you cant outrun ugly.
Last edited by Teeks; 09-14-2010 at 12:04 PM.