Engine Mechanical problem
2001 Volvo S40 4 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 92,000 miles
I've read the other posts on this subject and I'm confused. I brought my car to the dealer last week because I needed an inspection sticker & the Check Eng light is on. They told me it was an oxygen sensor and cam shaft valve replacement for a total of $770.00. I was also told that I had to drive the car for 100 miles for the computer to reset so that I could get an inspection sticker. I was given a reject sticker in the meantime. I was going in tomorrow to get the "real" sticker and today the check engine light came back on. I called Volvo and was told it was something called the "hub" and to fix this is $900. Is this right? How do I know they fixed the sensor to begin with? How do I know the cost quoted is valid; is there a price list? Thank you for any help you can offer.
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Friday, March 12th, 2010 AT 10:26 AM