by Norman from San Francisco, CA 94110
David's first step was to diagnosis the reasons for the old car failing to start. He applied a systematic and thorough approach in order to reach a reasonable conclusion that he had found the faulty part. He was tireless and not a minute of the time he spent on the car was wasted.
David then came back to 'finish the job." His analysis was a faulty fuel pump and/or filter. He brought the needed parts and after an arduous bout working under the car (rear has to be lifted), he tool out the old and put in the old..including new fuel hoses.
Today..I stepped into the car which was parked outside all night and when I turned on the ignition switch, the engine started immediately. I have since used the car on several trips and I must say it sounds and feels like a new version of an old car. What's amazing, is that when I turned the ignition key on, the engine responds immedately and is ready to go. In the past, it stammered, sputtered, cranked until I finally gave up. So in looking back, to use an analogy, it needed a new "heart" for the old one was no long pumping.
I hope this story gives you a decent picture of why I hold David and his work in such hi regard. I will call upon him again, especially with this old car, some time in the future.