Originally Posted by JPolito830
Yeah the best thing you can do is have it scanned at the mechanic. You do not want to risk any further damage.
Any further damage? as far as I can tell, there is no reason to believe there is damage, as the problem may be as simple as he was low on fuel, or has fouled spark plugs. O, and as an aside, telling everyone that you agree means nothing. You have yet to display any significant knowledge, and you sound very troll like when you just agree to everything. Maybe next time, instead of agreeing, you could post first and give a better answer than just take it to a shop. And one last thing, you shouldn't have to tell us you own a shop, it should be apparent from your posts.
Commence flame war.