Hi, recently a mechanic found a leak in my water pump. He fixed it, insurance paid him, it was all good. When I got it back, it was making a noise when I accelerated on the gas. I took it back to him and he said they put to much antifreeze in a chamber, or something along those lines and to drive it some more, and if it didn't change then they had to fix their mistake. It didn't, so I took it back to them and they called this morning saying its not what they said it was, its a pulley in my timing belt and they are calling around to see who has my part. I said ok that is fine an told him to price it and I would have to bring my car back to him when I got the money. He called back again and said nobody has the part, he oiled it up and is putting the car back together. And there is a labor fee. So my question is, when I go to pick it up, what do I do as far as arguing about (any) cost. Its like thanks for fixing it but I didn't ask you to fix something you didn't do. What price should I argue, if I have to pay? Please help!
Wednesday, January 23rd, 2013 AT 11:33 PM