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  • Carlos A. took his 2004 Ford Explorer XLS/XLS Sport into a service center when the vehicle started overheating. The mechanics found that the thermosta

    Carlos A. took his 2004 Ford Explorer XLS/XLS Sport into a service center when the vehicle started overheating. The mechanics found that the thermostat housing was broken, needing to be replaced. After replacing this part, the total cost came to $349.26, all of which was covered under the Full Coverage Contract he had purchased with his vehicle.

  • Ricky S. took his 2008 Toyota Sienna XLE/XLE Limited into a service center when he noticed a fluid leak. The mechanics found that the leak was coming

    Ricky S. took his 2008 Toyota Sienna XLE/XLE Limited into a service center when he noticed a fluid leak. The mechanics found that the leak was coming from the power steering rack and would need to be replaced. The total cost of this repair would cost $803.85 had he not purchased our Alpha Tiered Full Coverage Contract with his vehicle.

  • Mitra J. took her 2005 Mercedes Benz E320 into a repair facility when her car would not start. The mechanics found that the fuel pump had failed. In o

    Mitra J. took her 2005 Mercedes Benz E320 into a repair facility when her car would not start. The mechanics found that the fuel pump had failed. In order to get this vehicle running properly, they would need to replace the fuel pump. The total cost of this repair came to $531.84, all of which was covered under the A+ contract that she had purchased with her vehicle.

  • Nancy S. took her 2008 Chevrolet C1500 Suburban into a repair facility when the transmission was slipping when shifting. The mechanics found that the

    Nancy S. took her 2008 Chevrolet C1500 Suburban into a repair facility when the transmission was slipping when shifting. The mechanics found that the torque converter had failed. In order to get this vehicle running properly, they would need to replace the torque converter. The total cost of this repair came to $886.00, all of which was covered under the A La Car contract that she had purchased with her vehicle.

  • A. Lee had his 2005 Mercedes-Benz G500 towed into a service center because the vehicle wouldn’t crank over. The mechanics found that the fuel level se

    A. Lee had his 2005 Mercedes-Benz G500 towed into a service center because the vehicle wouldn’t crank over. The mechanics found that the fuel level sensor had failed and would need to be replaced, coming to a total $709.40. Luckily, he had purchased our Alpha Tiered Supreme Coverage Contract with his vehicle, which in return covered the entire cost of the repair.  

  • Ariesha N. took her 2007 Mercury Mountaineer Luxury AWD into a service center because the a/c stated blowing warm air. The mechanics found that the

    Ariesha N. took her 2007 Mercury Mountaineer Luxury AWD into a service center because the a/c stated blowing warm air. The mechanics found that the a/c compressor was leaking, needing to be replaced. The total cost of repair came to $535.19, all of which was covered under the A+ Contract she’d purchased with her vehicle.

  • Cathrine took her 2004 Audi S4 into a Service Center because she had noticed a coolant leak. The Mechanic found that one of the hoses on the Radiato

    Cathrine took her 2004 Audi S4 into a Service Center because she had noticed a coolant leak. The Mechanic found that one of the hoses on the Radiator had a leak coming from the seal and they would need to replace the Radiator to fix the issue. The cost of repair was $737.99, all of which was covered under her Alpha Tiered Extended Warranty she had purchased with her Vehicle.

  • Bert D. took his 2005 Dodge Durango SLT into a repair facility when the check engine light turned on and smoke was coming from the vehicle. The mechan

    Bert D. took his 2005 Dodge Durango SLT into a repair facility when the check engine light turned on and smoke was coming from the vehicle. The mechanics found that the motor radiator cracked, the water pump had been leaking, and the thermostat had failed. In order to get this vehicle running properly, they would need to replace the radiator, thermostat, and the water pump. The total cost of this repair came to $1,143.11, all of which was covered under the A+ contract that he had purchased with his vehicle.

  • Derek M. took his 2006 BMW 750Li into a repair facility when the heater was inoperable. The mechanics found that the heater control valve had failed.

    Derek M. took his 2006 BMW 750Li into a repair facility when the heater was inoperable. The mechanics found that the heater control valve had failed. In order to get this heater running properly again, they would need to replace the heater control valve. The total cost of this repair came to $529.85, all of which was covered under the A+ contract that he had purchased with his vehicle.

  • Clayton S. took his 2006 Ford F350 Superduty into a service center when the vehicle was running rough and the check engine light came on. The mechanic

    Clayton S. took his 2006 Ford F350 Superduty into a service center when the vehicle was running rough and the check engine light came on. The mechanics found that two injectors, 1 and 5, were bad. In order to get this vehicle running properly, they would need to replace both of the bad injectors. The total cost of this repair came to $1,990.18, all of which was covered under the A+ contract that he had purchased with his vehicle.

  • Claudio P. took his 2005 Nissan Armada into a repair facility when there were warning lights on the dash. The mechanics found that both front hub bear

    Claudio P. took his 2005 Nissan Armada into a repair facility when there were warning lights on the dash. The mechanics found that both front hub bearings and speed sensors had failed, and the front pinion seal and power steering line had both been leaking. In order to get this vehicle running properly, they would need to replace the hub bearings, pinion seal, and the power steering line. The total cost of this repair came to $982.78, all of which was covered under the Alpha Original Full Coverage contract that he had purchased with his vehicle.

  • Kathy B. took her 2008 Toyota Highlander Limited into a service center when she noticed a coolant leak. The mechanics found that the water pump had

    Kathy B. took her 2008 Toyota Highlander Limited into a service center when she noticed a coolant leak. The mechanics found that the water pump had failed, needing to be replaced. The total cost of this repair came to $547.96, all of which was covered under the Alpha Tiered Supreme Coverage Contract she’d purchased with her vehicle.

     

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