Carolyn doyle say's>After thinking the problem and solution through very carefully, I decided the best thing was for him to just take the truck to the dealer. There have been one or two more issues lately that did not go according to plan and I could see this snowballing straight to Hell if he tried to fix the truck. I am very, very happy to report that the final bill was just over $700.00 - now understand that $700.00 is a lot of money to me but I had visions of a couple of thousand at least. I just knew he had fried the entire electrical system so I felt we got off cheap with $700.00, especially since that amount included a new battery and that in itself had to be $150.00 or more (I would think). The first estimate was just over $400.00 but that was just the battery and one fuse and they knew something about the anti lock brake system was showing up as not being right. They found that problem and that bumped it up to the $700.00 figure. Our auto insurance paid for the tow from the house to the dealer so all Is well in my world now. I have in the back of my mind that there could be more damage that just hasn't shown up yet but really don't want to borrow trouble.
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Wednesday, August 25th, 2010 AT 12:37 PM