I have a 1995 Honda Odyssey, In December 2000, I did the manufacture recall to repair an potential oil leaking. The dealer did the repair but they also chewed gasket for the timing belt between polly and broke the timing belt. Of course my car died. They find the problem and repaired the engine, What they did was replaced timing belt and repaired bent valves. When I got the car back, I found that the car is consuming too much gas compared with before. The miles/gallon dropped about 15-20%. Another problem is that engine burning oil at the speed of 2 quaters/month/900 miles. I did send it back and they repaired PCV valve 10 days ago. But I l found that the problems still exist, i.e. dropped gas mileage and bruning oil. My question is, what can be the reason and what I should ask them to do next. So, far, they are very polite and covering all the cost for this mistake they made. If after three times repair the problem is still there, do I have any legal options? I live in Massachusetts, I heared that there is a law called "Lamend? law"?. Any addvise is great appreciated. Thanks.