i took my 2000 chevy malibu to the dealer to fix the anti theft system fix . the gave me a new ignition and the boot . they did not fix the problem but they took my $497.00 and told me my car is over to years old after they took my money. dealer on silver spring in milwaukee, wi

Asked by Dec 28, 2012 at 02:51 PM about the 2000 Chevrolet Malibu LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i just really upset that i took my car to the actual place where they specialize in sells, parts,and service got jack for my money.

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If your not happy with the service you received, I would complain to the service manager and they won't help, tell them you want to talk to to the regional manager. See what happens.

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Same thing happen to me! Said it was a housing problem He replaced the ignition. I don't understand how a mechanic can't tell right away that the ignition is NOT broken! Well at least he only took 200 dollars instead of 500 like he did to you totally sucks! What did you do to repair it mines still broken and I don't want to pay some one else to just replace things that are not fixing the problem. Suggestions please?!?!!

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