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Old 11-14-2006, 08:12 PM   #1
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last year october 21 my AC compressor went, i had the job done a tire corral off of rt. 130 and mt. ephriam ave on the border of camden and collingswood NJ. Now the job cost a little over 700 dollars. Almost one year later last month oct. 20 my ac coompressor went again. i took it back to them and a week later i got it back, they only charged me labor 110 bucks, no problem. i would have liked to have it sooner but no biggie as long as the job gets done. Well i pop my hood today first time since i had the new ac job done and i notice my maxi fuse relay cover is not there; first i think maybe it fell done through the engine bay while i was driving, but then i realize they probably had to take that cover off to work on the accumulator. So i go back to the shop and i tell them im missing that cover. they take me through the shop and guess what i find. i find my dust/dirt/water sheild the covers the bottom of the engine. off course the hardware is no longer there and i cant find the maxifuse cover. i then talk to the manager and he tells a mechanic to look at my car to see what im talking about, after looking at it we go back into the shop and he finds behind a table and off course missing those little plastic ***** to lock it in place. MORAL OFTHE STORY- for now on i am only taking my car to the pontiac dealership and Just tires for tire needs. This shop i went to doesnt have their act together and i can only hope they did the job properly. Just a heads up to anyone who may go there don't.
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