THANKS GUYS, I WILL contact GM. However, I am not the original owner
of the car. This was a "program" car that I purchased. I purchased
it in ’04 at 26,000 miles. It is now at 93,000. Is that still
acceptable for the "goodwill" program?
I have appointment on Monday for this repair so will be watching this
Thanks all for your help!
Makes a lady feel better knowing she’s not getting "snowed" on a
> loriann wrote:
> > Thanks, but you are saying if rates are 90 - 105... his
> rates are
> > $70. He's charging a hundred for a "updated gasket kit."
> What he charges per hour makes little difference. Mechanics
> will often charge all sorts of different amounts of "time" to
> the same job. So let's say I quote a customer 5.5 hrs to do
> an intake at 100 dollars an hour..550. The other guy says "I
> charge 70 dollars an hour, your intake labour will be 560"
> Doesn't make sense...other then the fact that he might decide
> the job is worth 8 hrs labour.
> As far as the price of the gasket, that's cheap! And there is
> then one gasket involved, at least....if you are doing the job
> > spoke with a friend of mine and he is suggesting I call
> > again because this car had NO problems before the accident.
> Do you
> > think I have a chance in hell getting it covered?
> No, unless your insurance adjuster is a total idiot! If it's
> an 03 with
> a reasonable amount of mileage....you should be able to get GM
> pay for it, or go 50/50 with you.
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