Houston, Texas (PRWEB) March 17, 2014
TrustMyMechanic.com is once again generating quite a buzz among car owners--and causing quite a stir in the auto repair industry. The controversial product, K&W Engine Block Sealer, can be used to seal a blown head gasket. But at the heart of the debate is that for the best results, many advocates recommend to not use it per the manufacturer’s instructions.
At the request of readers, site owner Austin Davis has publicized videos and instructions on the best known method of sealing a blown head gasket using K&W, which is not the procedure on the can. And while the response from drivers has been overwhelmingly positive and substantiates previous findings, the response from the auto repair business owners has been brutal. The site moderators are reporting numerous comment attacks from mechanics and auto repair businesses that are unhappy with the loss of revenue these techniques can cause their businesses.
Austin says, “It just works.” He goes on to explain that his colleagues are quite unhappy that Mr. Davis is promoting such an easy and inexpensive fix, but he is adamant that providing this information to consumers is the right thing to do. “As an auto repair consumer advocate, it is my responsibility to help my readers to maintain their cars as inexpensively and efficiently as possible, while maintaining a good relationship with their repair providers.”
Engine repairs can easily cost thousands of dollars as it is extremely labor intensive to dissemble, repair and replace parts, and reassemble an automobile engine. Owners are also inconvenienced by not having their cars for several days through the process. Just the mention of a “blown head gasket” can raise blood pressure and cause anxiety. But many drivers have found TrustMyMechanic methods to be simple, inexpensive repair alternative that they can even perform themselves at home.
In a recent article on head gasket repair, Mr. Davis states, “The most popular question I get everyday involves a blown head gasket (or a perceived one) and alternatives to the costly replacement repair job.” He goes on to explain that many mechanics are quoting customers in excess of a thousand dollars for a “possible blown head gasket” knowing that even if the problem is another part, they will probably find the true problem while performing this repair, and can make a huge profit on the job.
His website http://www.TrustMyMechanic.com is a haven for car owners for over 10 years who not only need an alternative for this expensive scenario, but for drivers who need to make sure the head gasket is the problem in the first place.
Mr. Davis is saddened by the negative response that this technique has generated but is as determined as ever to continue to provide the unbiased facts and information that readers have come to for over a decade.
Watch his video here http://youtu.be/Nban6dVkYGM