Brought 2001 Chevrolet S-10 pickup in for service to try and determine noise. This noise was heard between 30 - 40 mph. Turns out the backing plate on the right front wheel was bent. They were able to bend it back. Also the right front wheel needed wheel bearing and the rear wheel plates needed to be replaced. The problem was solved. My only concern was the $800 + bill which I thought was a little high.
everyone was very helpful and my truck was taken care of.... just one question. When the tech pulls your car out and parks it in the lot for you to pick up why don't they take out the protective floor mat? i don't need it, i don't need to see that they used it. i will know if they didn't. so take it out it's yours i don't want it need it or want to have to throw it away.
I am pleased with the work, and especially pleased with the use of the courtesy vehicle. I am a bit curious to understand why the leak on the frame /fixture was not covered under warranty of some sort. It was in a location of which one would think, would not have a reason for leakage, unless there was actual physical damage to the vehicle's frame or to the light fixture itself. Just saying. All in all I am quite pleased.
Warranty work that they said would take one & a half hours took two & a half hours. So had to set in a packed lobby listening to a older woman playing slot machine games on her phone with the sound turned all the way up. I made a deal with the salesman when I bought the truck that if any repair took over a hour I would get a loaner. Didn't ask for one since it was going to just be one & a half hours. Next time they tell me it will be a certain time & it goes over I will stand by the deal I made with the salesman.