For an afternoon (less than 2 hours) of work and less than $150 in parts I fixed what was quoted as $700. In addition, when going to work on my car a few days after having a check engine light inspection done here, I find out that my radiator cap is not/has not been on. I got the $700 from what I was quoted over the phone. By your staff. I was also told that two belts needed to be replaced, which is odd since there is only one belt, the serpentine belt mentioned, in my vehicle. When I said "two belts?" I was told that was correct, and that if I got them together I would save some money. So I said no thank you and fixed the ONE belt in my vehicle on my own. No misunderstanding.
After reviewing your invoice the quote that we worked up for your 2003 Toyota included removing and replacing the serpentine belt and removing and replacing your thermostat. The total for those repairs was quoted to be $351.83. Not sure where you got $700 from. That was not our quote. Sorry if you misunderstood, parts and labor for that job is $351.83 and that includes a 24 month 24k miles warranty.
- Auto-Spec Georgetown