Yeah, not to sound bad, or harsh, though we'll get held against the whipping post, but I get at least one job a week that's to correct a DIY, or BYB(back yard butcher) job. If you are in the least bit intimidated, get either a qualified friend(friends can be the worst sometimes), or save yourself money and grief in the long run and take it to a shop. Some stuff is easy, like replacing spark plugs, but pulling heads, or doing gears, or diagnosing a problem can be over some people's heads. So the big thing is, what is you are seeking from a shop? There's cheap shops, good shops, and fast shops. Good shops aren't always the fasted, or cheapest, but are the most serious about their work.
moparfreak1809: Yea sure its common sense but whatever I'm glad I don't need a mechanic to fix my own stuff and I hope ur not a mechanic because ur terrible at diagnosis or Yea sho'nuff its common sense but whutevah ah's glad ah doesn't need a mechanic t'fix mah own stuff an' ah hope ur not a mechanic on account o' ur terrible at diagnosis