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  • Jody R. took her 2008 Chevrolet C1500 Suburban into a service center when she noticed a leak under the front of the vehicle. The mechanics found that

    Jody R. took her 2008 Chevrolet C1500 Suburban into a service center when she noticed a leak under the front of the vehicle. The mechanics found that the power steering rack was leaking and needed to be replaced. The total cost of the repair came to $575.81, all of which was covered under the Alpha Tiered Extended Coverage Contract she purchased with her vehicle.

  • Samuel M. took his 2002 Chevrolet Suburban in for repairs when he noticed that his air conditioning was not blowing cold. at the repair facility, it w

    Samuel M. took his 2002 Chevrolet Suburban in for repairs when he noticed that his air conditioning was not blowing cold. at the repair facility, it was discovered that the compressor was leaking and needed to be replaced. We paid $446.37 to repair Samuel's vehicle (so he could have working air conditioning) as he is protected with our Extended Coverage contract.

  • Jaclyn had her 2006 BMW 325I towed into a service center because the vehicle wouldn’t start. The mechanics found that the starter was bad and needed t

    Jaclyn had her 2006 BMW 325I towed into a service center because the vehicle wouldn’t start. The mechanics found that the starter was bad and needed to be replaced. The total of this repair came to $515.50, all of which was covered under the A+ Contract she had purchased with her vehicle.

  • Samuel C. had his 2005 Chevrolet Tahoe K1500 towed into a service center because it wouldn’t stay running and the a/c was inoperable. The mechanics fo

    Samuel C. had his 2005 Chevrolet Tahoe K1500 towed into a service center because it wouldn’t stay running and the a/c was inoperable. The mechanics found that the fuel pump had failed and the compressor was leaking. In order to get his vehicle running properly, both the fuel pump and compressor would need to be replaced. The total cost of this repair came to $1,179.76, all of which was covered under the Alpha Tiered Extended Coverage Contract he purchased with his vehicle.  

  • Kandy S. took her 2004 Honda CR-V EX into a Service Center because the Air Conditioner had a put off a burning smell and was not cooling. The Mechan

    Kandy S. took her 2004 Honda CR-V EX into a Service Center because the Air Conditioner had a put off a burning smell and was not cooling. The Mechanic found that the Compressor had failed and would need to be replaced. The total of this repair would cost Kandy $1000.00 if she wouldn’t have purchased our Alpha Tiered, Powertrain Plus Contract with her vehicle.

     

  • David D. took his 2008 Ford F250 Super Duty into a repair facility when he noticed a vibration and a pulsation in his vehicle. The mechanics found tha

    David D. took his 2008 Ford F250 Super Duty into a repair facility when he noticed a vibration and a pulsation in his vehicle. The mechanics found that the left upper and lower ball joints had failed. They also found that both of the rear calipers and the right front caliper had seized. In order to get this vehicle running properly, they would need to replace the adapting ball joint, ball joints, and the calipers. The total cost of this repair came to $837.34, all of which was covered under the A+ contract that he had purchased with his vehicle.

  • Hortense took his 2005 Acura RL into a service center when he noticed an unusual noise coming from the front end. The mechanics found that the front a
    Hortense took his 2005 Acura RL into a service center when he noticed an unusual noise coming from the front end. The mechanics found that the front and side engine mounts were causing the sound and would need to be replaced. The total cost of this repair was $548.49, all of which was covered under the Alpha Tiered Contract he purchased with his vehicle.
  • Megan H. took her 2006 BMW 325i into a repair facility when the car overheated and one of the door locks was inoperable. The mechanics found that the

    Megan H. took her 2006 BMW 325i into a repair facility when the car overheated and one of the door locks was inoperable. The mechanics found that the water pump had failed. In order to get this vehicle running properly, they would need to replace the water pump. The total cost of this repair came to $1,200.31, all of which was covered under the A+ contract that she had purchased with her vehicle.

  • While Arthur H. was driving his 2004 Chevrolet Impala, he noticed an unusual rattle coming from the front end. After taking his vehicle to a repair fa

    While Arthur H. was driving his 2004 Chevrolet Impala, he noticed an unusual rattle coming from the front end. After taking his vehicle to a repair facility, the discovery was made that the following parts needed to be replaced: sway bar, sway bushings, sway bar links and intermediate shaft. We paid $652.11 for these repairs as Arthur is protected with our Full Coverage contract.

  • Labaron H. took his 2005 BMW 745LI into a Service Center because the left front window would not roll up. The Service Center found that the regulato

    Labaron H. took his 2005 BMW 745LI into a Service Center because the left front window would not roll up. The Service Center found that the regulator for the window was bad and that the flex disc on the front driveline joint was bad. To fix these problems, they would need to replace the front window regulator and the front flex disc on the driveline, costing a total of $736.35. Luckily, Labaron had purchased our Alpha Tiered Supreme Coverage plan which in return covered the total cost of these repairs.

  • Keli M. took her 2006 Mercedes Benz ML350 into a service center when she saw a fluid leak. The mechanics found that the transfer case input shaft be

    Keli M. took her 2006 Mercedes Benz ML350 into a service center when she saw a fluid leak. The mechanics found that the transfer case input shaft bearing had damaged the seal and had failed. In order to stop the leak, they would need to replace the transfer case. The total cost of this repair came to $1,732.50, all of which was covered under the ABC contract that she had purchased with her vehicle.

     

  • While Kimberly R. was driving her 2010 Volvo S40, she turned on her air conditioner. She soon realized that although the air conditioner started out b

    While Kimberly R. was driving her 2010 Volvo S40, she turned on her air conditioner. She soon realized that although the air conditioner started out blowing cool, the air turned hot very quickly. After taking her vehicle in for repairs, the faulty air conditioner was attributed to a failed field coil. We paid $541.99 to replace the field coil in Kimberly's vehicle as she is protected with our Extended Coverage contract.

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