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  • 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.  

  • Britney took her 2008 Honda Odyssey LX into a service center when she noticed a grinding, rotating noise coming from the engine. The mechanics found t

    Britney took her 2008 Honda Odyssey LX into a service center when she noticed a grinding, rotating noise coming from the engine. The mechanics found that the cooling fan motor was making the noise and also found that the vehicle had two broken motor mounts. These parts would all need to be replaced, costing the customer $858.07. Luckily, Britney had purchased our New Car Full Coverage Contract with her vehicle which in return covered the entire cost of the repair.

  • While driving his 2003 Ford F350, Ron M. a few different problems coming from his truck. First, there was unusual smoking. Second, the truck would fee

    While driving his 2003 Ford F350, Ron M. a few different problems coming from his truck. First, there was unusual smoking. Second, the truck would feel sluggish at times. Turns out, Ron's truck needed two new fuel injectors. We paid $1,024.07 to repair Ron's vehicle as he is protected with our Full Coverage contract.

  • Tamikha A. took her 2006 Saab 93 Base into a service center because her key was stuck in the ignition and wouldn’t release. The mechanics found that

    Tamikha A. took her 2006 Saab 93 Base into a service center because her key was stuck in the ignition and wouldn’t release. The mechanics found that the ignition switch module had failed. In order to get this vehicle running properly, they would need to replace the ignition switch module. The total cost of repair came to $838.53, all of which was covered under the A+ Contract she purchased with her vehicle.

     

  • Denis B. took his 2006 Lexus GS 300 into a service center because the brake pedal was low to the floor. The mechanics found that both rear brake cal

    Denis B. took his 2006 Lexus GS 300 into a service center because the brake pedal was low to the floor. The mechanics found that both rear brake calipers were frozen and would need to be replaced. The total for this repair would come to $676.43, all of which was covered under the Alpha Tiered Contract he purchased with his vehicle.

  • Dona L. took her 2007 Cadillac DTS into a Service Center because the vehicle was slamming into gear when shifting and there was a noise coming from

    Dona L. took her 2007 Cadillac DTS into a Service Center because the vehicle was slamming into gear when shifting and there was a noise coming from the front end. The mechanics found that the #3 coil was bad, both hub assemblies as well as the left front outer tie rod were worn and loose and the oil filter housing adapter was leaking. In order to get these issues fixed they would have to replace the #3 coil, replace both front hub assemblies, replace the left outer tie rod end, and replace the oil filter adapter housing gasket. The cost of these repairs came to $988.03, all of which was covered under the Full Coverage New Car Contract she had purchased through AWS.

  • Merrill B. took his 2007 Pontiac G5 in for repairs as soon as he noticed that it was leaking fuel. Turns out, the fuel pump was broken (and therefore

    Merrill B. took his 2007 Pontiac G5 in for repairs as soon as he noticed that it was leaking fuel. Turns out, the fuel pump was broken (and therefore was leaking) and needed to be replaced. We paid $371.55 to replace the fuel pump in Merrill's vehicle as he is protected with our A La Car contract.

  • Suhani took his 2006 Mercedes-Benz R500 R Class into a service center because the a/c wasn’t blowing cold air. The mechanics found that the compress

    Suhani took his 2006 Mercedes-Benz R500 R Class into a service center because the a/c wasn’t blowing cold air. The mechanics found that the compressor had seized, needing to be replaced. The total cost of repair came to $1,712.73, all of which was covered under the Alpha Tiered Full Coverage Contract he purchased with the vehicle.

  • Elaine J. took her 2003 Dodge Ram 1500 Quad ST/SLT into a Service Center because she noticed a knocking coming from the front wheel while making a r

    Elaine J. took her 2003 Dodge Ram 1500 Quad ST/SLT into a Service Center because she noticed a knocking coming from the front wheel while making a right turn. The mechanics found that the hub bearing was causing the sound, resulting in a left front hub assembly. The cost of this repair came to a total of $298.68, all of which was covered under the Alpha Tiered Warranty she purchased with her vehicle.

  • James E. noticed a few different problems with his 2006 Hyundai Azera. First, the air conditioning on the driver’s side was blowing warm air. Second,

    James E. noticed a few different problems with his 2006 Hyundai Azera. First, the air conditioning on the driver’s side was blowing warm air. Second, the sunshade screen in the rear would not roll up. Turns out an air door actuator (to fix the driver’s side air conditioning) and a power window regulator (to fix the sunshade screen) needed to be replaced. We paid $951.13 to repair James’s vehicle as he is protected with our Full Coverage contract.

  • Pamela R. took her 2009 Cadillac C/T CTS HI Feature into a service center when the check engine light came on and she noticed the driver side daytim

    Pamela R. took her 2009 Cadillac C/T CTS HI Feature into a service center when the check engine light came on and she noticed the driver side daytime running lights weren’t working. The mechanics found that the water pump was leaking and the left front bulb needed to be replaced. After replacing both parts, they determined the total cost of repair would come to $434.00. Luckily, Pamela purchased our Alpha Tiered Supreme Coverage Contract with her vehicle, covering the entire cost of the repair.

  • Donna C. took her 2004 Ford Freestar SEL into a Service Center because her A/C wasn’t working. The Mechanic found that the compressor wasn’t engagin

    Donna C. took her 2004 Ford Freestar SEL into a Service Center because her A/C wasn’t working. The Mechanic found that the compressor wasn’t engaging and would need to be replaced. The total cost of this repair came to $288.00 which was covered under the A La Car Contract she had purchased with her vehicle.

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