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I bought a used car with a transmission warranty. When i brought the car home, it would not run until the engine was warm. I took it to a Ford mechanic, since it was a Ford car. they could not figure it out, but they did say the wrong oil filter was put in it, and the transmission was bad so i didn't think it was a good idea to take it to the mechanic i bought it from. but i ended up taking it there. They said they fixed it,i paid him and took it home to find out in the morning it wasn't fixed. So i took it back to him and fixed it again, and said a motor mount was bad and needed to be replaced soon. So about a month later i took it to him to fix the motor mount. i described that my car was jerky/jumpy/shaky and he said it was the motor mount and he would fix it, he asked if anything else was wrong, i said the brakes were loud. I called him later that day to see if it was done. He said yeah and ut cost $245 dollars. I went to pick it up and they said they fixed plug wires and put new front brake pads on it. the plug wires were $80, which i looked them up and they should of only been $30. He did not fix the motor mount because now it was not bad. Like it magically wasn't broken. So i paid with my credit card, i didn't sign the receipt or anything. The next day it was not fixed, actually it was worse. I had my father look at it and the spark plug gap on one cylinder was wrong, so he fixed that but it didn't fix the problem. We called the mechanic and he said he cannot do anything until friday because bit was the new year.when i took my car i told him i needed by friday because school starts the following monday. So now i have no car, no money to buy my books. Do i have to pay him, when he didnt fix my car and actually made it worse. i have paid over $700 to "fix" this car and only paid $2500 to buy it.
He will have to fix the car and make it right ,and yes you will have to pay the bill on repairing it ,but only after he makes it right ad you are satisfied with it,the law states that you will be liable for all repairs but he will have to make sure all the repairs are done right other wise you can take him to small claims court,id give him a chance to make it right,surely he wont try and get out of this one because he knows he,s liable for seeing that its repaired right,good luck and happy new years,
The dealer was negligent in not telling you need collision unless you posted a surety bond. No reputable dealer will finance a car without the buyer having collision and comprehensive insurance. But, ultimately it was your responsibility to protect yourself. You really should have refused the rental car and not let them keep your car for something cosmetic. You should have told them you will bring the car back the next day or when it was convenient for you. Any, I'm sorry to say that the lawyer is lying. If you really had a strong case the lawyer would have taken the case on contingency because the dealer would have had to pay their fee if they lost. And it probably would have been settled out of court. As to your present problem with the $10,000. They have 3 years to demand money. Since it was a rental car, they are allowed to collect not only the damage but lost revenue while the car is out of service. So you need to pay for lost revenue from the time the car was damaged to the time it was fixed and able to be rented again. This is standard and nothing new. THIS IS YOUR BEST BET: Call every TV station or look on their websites and ask if they have a consumer advocate that would consider helping you. In my area, Channel 8 has "Eight on Your Side". If they accept your "case" they will most certainly be able to help you reduce the amount or even get the dealer to forgot about the debt because the dealer does not want the negative publicity. I wish you well. Here's what I would do if the media won't help: Ask for a copy of the repair order. If it's under $10,000 then ask why they are asking for $10,000. If they claim "lost use" then ask for the rental log for the past 2 years or when it was first put into service as a rental. The bottom line is unless you get someone to fight for you you might owe the entire amount.
All of the prices you listed sound reasonable and not above normal. The fact that you can find plug wires for $30 is not innaccurate, but the reality is that mechanics and dealerships will charge you above retail cost for auto parts, so $80 is not unrealistic. The main problem is that you did not ask for an estimate of work performed before he did it, leaving pricing up for debate only after work was performed. this ideally needs to be in writing with pricing so you understand what is expected. If he stated he fixed the plug wires by replacing them, I dont think he replaced the spark plugs as well, unless you didnt list that cost for new plugs above. so the spark plug gap was not incorrect due to the mechanic since he did not do any work on replacing the spark plugs or "gapping" them. but it doesnt mean he shouldnt have changed them. Lastly, you authorized him to perform the repairs and he did them, although he did not seem to solve the main problem you were originally having. The fact remains that he did do the work you approved even though he didnt "fix the whole car." The fact that the ford dealer also didnt have an idea of what was wrong meant they made good faith efforts to fix smaller issues in hopes of fixing the main problem. Now if it is an actual transmission/ shifting issue and you have a warranty from who you bought it from that is in writing, then you should not have to pay for the required repairs to repair the tramsission or you should get your money back within a certain period assuming it was bought recently since they made a false promise that the transmission was in acceptable condition. conclusion: pay the mechanic, if you are unhappy with how he corrects or resolves your issue, take it to a ford dealer or AAA recommended mechanic. Also look further into your warranty to see what is really covered and whether you can get your issues repaired at no cost.
Don't pay sounds like he was parts changing instead of verifying your problems and finding the wright solution for you. take him to small claims cort most mechanics that work at a dealer need watched Very close find out if he was even certified to do your work and how long has he been certified in the work performed for you. did he ever tell you he did not know what the problem was and changing this other stuff out my help or fix it. and let you decide or did he say this is your problem and i can fix it and than it has same problem if that's the case don't pay for nothing that did not help make the problem better.
Yes you will have to pay the repair bill. When you purchase a vehicle for 2500 dollars you should know you will have problems. I assume the shop is a reputable place that has headquarters you can email and voice your concern.
Talk to his manager to see what can be done about this situation.
WOMEN SHOULD NEVER GO TO A MECHANIC ALONE!!!!! NEVER!!!NEVER........CALL YOUR CREDIT CARD AND CANCEL THE TRANSACTION.WHEN YOU GO TO A MECHANIC,GET EVERYTHING HE IS TO DO wyoming WRITING AND BOTH SIGN PAPER,BOTH GET A COPY......YOU WILL GET SCREWED....WHY CAN'T YOUR DAD TALK TO THEM.....DOES HE KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT CARS,OR TAKE A FRIEND THAT KNOWS ABOUT CARS WITH YOU
Psh, i wouldn't. if he is demanding money, you could get legal assistance to see what your next action should be.
IF HE TOOK TIME TO LOOK AT IT IT COSTS YOU MONEY.