2006 Nissan Murano 67,000 miles
I took my car in to have a dent fixed in the front lower part of my drivers door by a mobile paint-less dent repair specialist. On the way home I put the window down and later it would not go up. I am being told that the repair had nothing to do with the power window motor and regulator shorting out. I find that hard to believe.
Why would it break on the only door he worked on and also right after he worked on it? What is your feeling on this? I'm not talking about a lot of money because I have a warranty, but their is a $100 deductible that I suggested the repair guy pay $50 and he said "No, I don't believe I caused the window to short-out or break, if it was caused by something else that I may have caused, then I would probably pay."
have the same problem?
Saturday, September 25th, 2010 AT 12:46 AM