Toyota dealer stated that I'll have to exchange spark plugs, wires, coil pack, distributor cap etc. They said they'll do it for $900 plus TAX.
Also they stated that the problem with the engine is not related to the accident which means that'll have to pay for it cause Geico will not cover it. The problems with the engine began right after the accident, the light came up a day or two after. However, only the back of the car was hit, so Geico and Toyota after thorough diagnosis concluded that it is a result of natural wear of all those items that they want me to exchange.
1) Do they want me to exchange all of the ignition parts because they might not know what the problem really is?
2) What is the average price for such replacement
3) Is that something I could do on my own or is it too complicated?
4) What can I do to that dealership when after exchanging all of that stuff, the problem will persist?
Thursday, June 7th, 2007 AT 7:02 PM