I've got a Pontiac Grand Am GT, 1996, with 153,000. 3.1 liter v6. The water pump busted, the repair and parts were $750 and hoses were an additional $300. Not including the $60 diagnosis, basically I've spent alot of money in the last hour. My car will be out of the shop tomarrow at 9: 30 am.
I need to know if this was blown out of proportion pricing or is that usual with so many miles on the car? Does Labor just cost that much? I do realize doing business at a dealership would be more expensive but come on. Please, could you tell me if i've been screwed. Thx - Katie -
Monday, December 4th, 2006 AT 12:45 PM