Well, I've had a slow leak in my left rear tire for a while now. I've hit it with Fix-A-Flat a couple of times, but it still leaks. I've had to put air in it every few days for a while, but I figured I'd wait for the service visit and have it all taken care of.
So what part of "The tire is leaking and I have to keep putting air in it" is hard to understand? At the end of my visit I get told "Well, we didn't find any leaks. The tire is fine."
No, the fucking tire is NOT fucking fine, dipshit! IT IS LEAKING. I've not used the car for a few days and found it just about in the rim it is so flat. Less than 10psi in the tire (the lowest my gauge will read). I've filled it to 32psi and a few days later had it at 20psi. They didn't even dismount the tire. I didn't say "I think the tire is leaking", asshole. I said "The tire has a leak." I deliberately brought it in to have it fixed, not be brushed off. Unless the tire fairy is following me around and letting out the air wherever I park (it has been flat after being parked at Logan for a week when I went to AX in July) the tire is leaking.
And since they rotated the tires now I have to figure out where it ended up so I can keep an eye on it. And when it starts to go flat again I'll take it to the Goodyear Tire Center close to work instead of the dealer. Maybe they'll know how to fix a fucking leak when they're told to.
I got maybe 4 hours of sleep, I have a headache, my back still hurts (though not as much as it had been), and I started the day pissed off.
Oh, this should be a fun day.