Uniontown...that's way out below Cal U of PA as I recall, that's a long haul for me. Lucky you that they retained their trained zuk techs.
My ex-dealer lost theirs looong time ago. The techs they have now, that are worth anything, work the Alfas primarily, then their Fiats. They'll throw anyone else leftover with a pulse that's available on the zuks and other non-essentials to the Fiat/Alfa dealership brand. Let's face it, Zuks are old-news and has-beens on the priority scale. On top of that, it's warranty work to boot, and we all know the pay scale on that type of work. Can't say as I'd trust them any longer to reliably do something major like this tank work. Think I'll keep on rollin' the dice with this one. I'll continue to crack the gas cap every so often between weekly fill-ups to break any possible increase in tank vacuum as a precaution. That's far simpler and easier than dealing with this recall and the fallout from a highly possible rushed/botched 'warranty rate repair'.
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