I have a 2006.5 Kia Optima LX that recently went in for repairs on the shift cable. I now have the dealer calling to tell me that the Shift housing needs to be replaced because that is broken as well and that this repair will cost me around $600.00. When they took the Shift cable out, would they not have noticed the Shift housing needs to be replaced as well? Why would they all of a sudden see this the day they are installing the new shift cable? Why wouldn't this be covered under the warranty?
have the same problem?
Tuesday, November 13th, 2012 AT 3:17 AM