Auto Repair Scam Revealed By Mechanic Is Lesson For Car Owners
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Previously we have reported car repair scams that vary widely, from simple bad repairs done with zippers and duct tape, to ones that required complex fraud in tampering with the electrical system to ensure that a customer should return for further repairs.
In today’s warning to car owners seeking help from a dealership for repairs or maintenance, we have an example that (if such a thing existed) I think it would win the day. price this week Zipped tie price for lazy auto repair.
While some might argue that a bad repair is not the same as a deliberate scam, I would say that anytime a customer is charged for a repair service that is a service, a mechanic would be unwilling. to show clients what has been done and how expensive it is, then it’s definitely a scam.
That said, here’s a recent video on the Car assistant You Tube channel that shows what a dealership mechanic did to a 2020 Dodge Charger that developed a problem after installing the aftermarket exhaust system, which serves as a good demonstration of why you should ask the mechanic about you show what repair was done and how.
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Please note: The actual scam can be detected from the time point of 8 minutes 30 seconds, everything before that is the car assistant touting the performance of a V6 engine in these models.
The dealership is making some very questionable repairs on the 2020 Charger GT!
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For additional articles on auto scams, here are two selected articles on Why Ford Mechanic Catches Engine Rebuild Scam; and, “Two service center mechanic scams that are easy to spot if you know where to look under the hood.”
TO BE CONTINUED: Don’t fall for this auto repair scam
Timothy Boyer is a Torque News-based automotive journalist based in Cincinnati. Experienced in early car restorations, he regularly restores older vehicles with engine modifications for better performance. Follow Tim on Twitter at @TimBoyerWrites for daily news of new and used vehicles.
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