Find out from the company what shops are authorized. While I am only hearing your side, I am apprehensive to advise. If what your saying is accurate, (and I am not saying it isn't), then I wouldn't do business there again. He isn't backing up his recommended product or his work.
Yeah, you might pay to have diagnostic work done to see what happened and probably cause, but there is small claims court. I don't advocate going to court unless it is a last resort. And bringing up the possibility to the shop may cause problems for you.
By him charging you right now, says he isn't backing his warranty on the original job. Did he warn you he wouldn't back up his work when he put the motor in? So why is he warning you now? Because he made his money? And wants more instead of being a stand up guy?
Monday, January 8th, 2007 AT 7:39 PM