I have a 1995 dodge caravan %2C I just overpaid a shop to fix the back brakes%2C they had jumper-cables on it when I picked it up%2C I had no radio or clock after that%2C and now it won%27t start. They say it%27s coincidence%2C I am now broke thanks to their overcharging. Please any ideas%3F

Asked by Dec 11, 2012 at 02:37 PM about the Dodge Caravan

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Go after them to correct their mistake. Any reputable shop will correct it. If your mechanic won't, maybe you want to talk to a lawyer. In the meantime save some more money till you can repair your vehicle and find another mechanic.

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