Took car in for oil change. It was running perfectly. We were advised that the belts needed changed so we had this done. Immediately after leaving the shop the engine ran hot which required a tow back to the shop (at our expense). Upon returning to the shop we were told that the radiator had cracked and needed replaced so this was done. After leaving the shop the second time the same thing immediately occurred which required another tow back to the shop (again at our expense). This time upon returning to the shop we were told that the reason the car overheated was there was no water in the radiator. Upon checking it further they found that there was a loose hose clamp that caused the problem. No charge for this final repair. May have been just one of those days but I'm doing some research and waiting to see how this goes and will post results later. About this same time I took a 2005 Ford Expedition in for a tune up because it was misfiring and the engine light was on. Auto Zone tested it just prior and provided me with a computer printout that said it was number six misfiring. Tom's advised me in advance that the plugs were hard to change and sometimes break. Two of the plugs did in fact break ($110.00 labor) and the tune up ended up costing approximately $850.00. This vehicle is now running fine along with a Jeep they tuned. I'm not happy spending all that money. It could have been worse and everyone was very polite and friendly.