Re: Who pays?
- From: "Robert M. Gary" <N7093v@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 28 Mar 2007 15:18:18 -0700
On Mar 28, 2:38 pm, "Viperdoc" <jninomiNOSP...@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I had no alternator problems until the mechanic doing the annual elected to
change the belt because it had some wear. Until then there had been
absolutely no problems with the electrical systems at all.
I've never heard of a shop covering the cost of alternator work as a
result of replacing a belt unless you can show that they burned out
the alternator bearings as a result of the new belt. You may have too
high of an expectation of mechanics. They see something broken,
remember what fixed it the last 10 times, and do it. They don't think
a lot beyond that unless it doesn't work. That's where being involved
in the maintenance can sometimes make things work out better.
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