My car didn't pass inspection; needed air/fuel ratio sensor. Mechanic tells me that now the problem is a catalytic convertor after already having repaired the sensor. His price went from $300 to $630 before any work done on catalytic convertor. He refuses to call me, refuses my calls, will randomly text, but he just stops texting when I ask to get my car back or how long it will take to get it back to me. I have not had my car for 3 weeks and he gives me no indication if or when it will be completed
I have nothing in writing; I signed nothing nor did he sign anything when I left the car. I trusted him. This is how we've always done business in the past.
Linda Di Nardo
1 Answer from Attorneys
Forget about texting or even telephoning to resolve the situation described; best to go see this
mechanic in person to see what can be negotiated for the return of your car.
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