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Old 04-19-2018, 10:48 AM
curver900 curver900 is offline
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it may be ludicrous, but if you don't know it is like anything about it then it is just realistic.. they quoted a price and he agreed... no different then when you get a quote for anything.. if you think it is reasonable and don't know the difference you pay it on good faith... now will the dealer be getting more business? not likely and maybe he had a vacation he needed to pay for...

@adamada07 everyone has paid to much for something or other in their lives and not gotten what they expected... yours was less than 2K which isn't to say it is cheap, but better than $20k... lessons learned and move on... Hopefully you can get resolution...

The retail cost of a fuel pump replacement is around $700-$1000 just for the whole assembly... so they charged you $800- $1000 for labor.. which is about what can be expected for most repairs depending on the area... sure some are cheaper... some are more.... but his experience is pss poor for what he paid no denying that...

Let us know if you need any more help.. if you can take a picture of the new pump installed post that up as well..
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Old 04-20-2018, 09:36 PM
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