I paid $1,200 for a motor and labor. I picked the car up twice and had to take it back because the car was stopping in the middle of the road, and skipping. When I went to pick the car up Friday they charged me an extra $350.00 but never told me they were charging extra. I am I required to pay this extra money for work I did not authorize?

Asked by Aug 06, 2016 at 10:23 PM about the 2006 Dodge Caravan SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I paid $1,200 for a motor and labor. I picked the car up twice and had to take it back because the car was stopping in the middle of the road, skipping and the air was not working. When I went to pick the car up Friday they charged me an extra $350.00 but never told me they were charging extra. The air still did not work.  I am I required to pay this extra money for work I did not authorize?

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23,825

I would recommend that you report this to the local Bureau of Automotive Repairs.... Good luck.

57,815

You paid for an engine and labor and sounds like that is what you got. I am pretty sure the other problem and the A/C were not included (we have no way to verify this).

23,825

I think the real question is whether they failed to disclose the $350 charge... That would not be good.

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