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This is a great story. Please, read all of it! While vacationing in OBX, my car's alternator died. I found these guys, saw the great review and went for it. The tow truck driver tried to talk me out of going here, and I should have listened. I'll admit, the fix took only a day and a half and the price wasn't that bad, I guess. Then the fun started. About a week after returning from vacation, I noticed a knocking under the hood. It was subtle at first, but then it grew. I had my mechanic take a look. He literally popped the hood, didn't even bend over to look, pointed at the back of the engine and said, "There's your problem." There is a valve that has something to do with the catalytic converter that sits directly over the alternator. The hose going into the valve had not just come loose; the valve was broken in half. You could just see where someone had lifted the alternator out and broke the valve in the process. And here’s the kicker: what looked like gorilla glue was clumped all over the broken pieces of the valve. (refer to pictures, notice the glue that dripped down to the engine cover) I asked my mechanic if that was an adequate fix. He just laughed. Even if it was what you are supposed to do when such a valve is broken, these guys didn’t say a word about how they had broken a completely different part. It makes wonder if that is why the price was so reasonable. But I’m not done. So, I called them back and explained the situation, asking for some kind of compensation. The guy immediately insisted that the part broken was nowhere near the alternator. (calling me a liar?) After some arguing, he told me he would look up my info in his system and call me back. That was months ago, and I haven’t heard a word. Look, I’m not trying to be mean or anything. I’m just telling my story. Tourists beware!
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