• Report: #1062628

Complaint Review: Firestone

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  • Submitted: Thu, June 27, 2013
  • Updated: Thu, June 27, 2013

  • Reported By: Bob — New Haven Connecticut
Firestone
680 Chapel St New Haven, Connecticut USA

Firestone Charge me 3 times higher price on parts New Haven Connecticut

*Consumer Comment: Then the answer is simple..

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My car had a misfire and I took it to local firestone. They recommended me to change all ignition coils at 89.99 each.

 The highest price I can find in a automotive part shop is around $30.


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#1 Consumer Comment

Then the answer is simple..

AUTHOR: Robert - ()

The answer is very simple.  Go buy the part and install it yourself.

Oh you can't install it, then buy them and try to find some mechanic who will be willing to put the part in your car.  Of course hoping that they are not defective because if they are that same mechanic who would have covered their labor under warranty is going to charge you to remove them and put the new ones back in as well.

 

 

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