So did it work when you brought the truck to them and not work when you
left, or did it fail later the same day? If it's the former you might have
a logical leg to stand on, if the latter, I don't see how you can prove it
was the mechanic's fault, nor do I think you'll do well in court. Assuming
the scenario where the sensor failed later in the day, and given the fact
that these things fail with regularity, I don't see how you can say with any
certainty that your mechanic caused the problem.
If it's thirty bucks and five minutes, just fix the thing and get on with
your life. Why waste time on something as trivial as this? If you're
uncomfortable with these folks, just don't use them again.
Looks like the speed sensor I have, does not match what Autozone says
it should be. Mine has an "ear" for a bolt to hold it, and a gasket
around the body that goes into the hole. Autozone part has thread and
no "ear" for the bolt.
Anyone has a good suggestion for a reputable website selling those
replacement rear speed sensors? Perhaps one that would take my VIN number?
I took mine out briefly yesterday, and to my further upset, saw
relatively large (1-2mm) metal shavings stuck on it.
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