Manchester Nh Subarufaulty wiring

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I purchased a 2007 Subaru Legacy in July of 2014. In January needed inspection done was informed the right blinker was not working and it needed a new module, that part was ordered and was told the total cost would be 92.00. Waited for car to be fixed in the customer area, the mechanic Keith came and spoke to me along with Alan and I was told the problem was not the module so Keith said he was going to put the original back in and I would not be charged, however I was told the problem was the after market remote starter. I again was told there would be no charge. Keith the mechanic showed me the wire harness and the burnt wires he said he could take out the remote and fix the wires, this remote starter was installed in the car prior to me purchasing it. On Monday after leaving the car all day I spoke with Bill and he informed me that the wiring system and repair of it was going to be quite pricey and I was responsible for payment . I was told by Alan who is service mgr. and Keith and Melanie there was no charge . Extremely upset and dissappointed with Manchester NH Subaru, (car is still there 02-16-15) Robert & Sharon Todt

Feb 16, 2015
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  •   Feb 16, 2015

    What can I say?
    1) Do not buy a used car without a warranty
    2) Do not buy a used car without inspection by a neutral, qualified technician
    3) Do not buy a used car that has undergone any modifications
    4) Buy only new vehicles and selltrade-in before warranty expires
    5) If everything was "no charge", how would anyone make a living?

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  • Ga
      Feb 16, 2015

    If you used the blinker you would have known it wasn't working. Unless of course you haven't made a right turn since July. There is no way the remote starter is the problem.

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