I\'m INSANELY PISSED at my local GM dealership! ****RANT**** The following story takes place on my g/f's 96 Pontiac Grand Am GT. My girlfriends car breaks down. She calls me and I go to look at it. Ask her to fire it up. When she does, oil POURS, and I STRESS pours out of the throttle body. Immediately I know the rings in the engine are shot because there is NO WAY the oil can travel backwards through the intake unless something is FUBAR'd. Also the motor is skipping. Plugs are fouled and the ignition housing is cracked. Long story short...it gets towed to local GM *dealershit*. I bitch and complain to her and her parents not to have the car towed there. Well, they take it there anyway and those mechanics "fix" the problem. I beg to let me go talk to dealership and tell them what is going on since I actually know what I'm talking about. My g/f wouldn't let me. Well, the skip is gone. That was the easy part. They then proceed to tell my g/f's parents that they put the car on their little magic machine and it tells them that nothing MAJOR happened to the engine. RIGHT... Last time I checked, broken piston rings IS major damage. They did a compression test on the engine and AMAZINGLY found that it was a little lower than a normal engine should run. NO FAWKING [darn]! The car only has 156 FAWKING thousand miles on it. Well, the dealership said that the oil leak would EVENTUALLY go away and that it would stop smoking shortly. Anyone see any red lights yet? The car STILL smokes and only burns about a quart of oil in 20 MILES! I think it's time ol Ash pays a visit. Not only did they not fix the problem, but they proceeded to falsely diagnose the problem, then have to nerve to charge her parents $300 to replace 4 spark plugs and an ignition housing. What is your opinion on this matter? I think her parents should be reimbursed or at least get a discount on replacing the engine. I've already found one for $600 with 68K miles on it.