Hi all, two weeks ago I took my Wife's 2000 Insight to a Honda dealer for front end noise and L.O.F. Needed pads, belt tightening. In the process they stripped the oil pan, tried to blame someone else. I refused the $714 repair. Long story short I picked up car, they had lost the oil cap, got oil all over engine, and after talking to the guy who cared for the car for the last 4 years he swore there was no oversized plug in oil pan. I got them to replace it for free, when I picked up the car and was driving home my Wife realized they forgot to close the hood! what professionals. (happened in my 85 Benz, luckily there was nonone in front, behind or on the side of me. ALl that happened was destroyed hood, hinges, and windshield and dented roof. ANYway... drive to Charlotte NC for a work event. Pull of of highway and car sounds funny, kind of a high pitched vibration and loud ticking. pull into hotel and open hood to check oil, all good, then I notice antifreeze overflow is bone dry. They had just done 28 point check a week ago, and I checked it before going. No AF in the plastic undercarriage pan, no leaking in the hoses. When I finally opened the radiator cap I could not see any antifreeze, even shaking the crap out of the car. . They towed it 31/2 hours to Raleigh, got me a rental and then a loaner. They say the Thermostat is bad, and that it was down just a cup of antifreeze , but that overflow which was always at minimum - holds at least 8 oz. Any ideas? They said they'll do a pressure test to see if the head gasket blew. Need some help folks. Crazy.