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15 Year Member
- Mar 7, 2002
North Austin was a traditional store and I was on night production, my own tools and box, flat-rate pay, and until Bill Nash took over the company it was the single greatest place to work of my career. Less than two years after he became CEO it was just like any other dealership.Where I work is a challenge only because it has made me feel dumber and dumber everyday for the last 5 years I've worked there. The type of store I'm at is a retail store. They provide everything including tools. They don't allow us to bring in anything of our own. We work Monday through Friday 8 to 5 and are paid by the hour. Their shop isn't set up to make them money. They could care less about actually being efficient. It's almost like its supposed to be a loss in the shop. I'm a MA5 and do mostly internal and VA emissions. We are only there to get cars out to get sold and support sales. Just to fix whatever comes in withing their 90 day warranty. Most cars we sell are less than 5 years old and are covered under manufacturers warranty so we look at them and ship them to the dealer. Every once and a while we get a $18,000 bill for a single car from BMW.
I can't believe that thing set a code for someone trying to close the hatch while the car was moving.
As far as the codes on that BMW go, see those two KAFAS codes on that readout? They are there because it rained.
Wait, wasn't this thread about fox-bodies?