After taking her 2007 Dodge Caliber in for repairs, Tisha J. learned that there was a gouge inside the wall of one of the engine cylinders (caused by a foreign object). We paid $1,141.11 toward an engine replacement as Tisha is protected with out Supreme Coverage contract.
Currin F. took his Dodge Charger R/T in for repair when he noticed a noise coming from the front end of the vehicle and the check engine light came on. The mechanics found that the oil pressure sending unit had failed causing the check engine light to come on and the left and right engine mounts were broken. The oil pressure sending unit and engine mounts would need to be replaced in order to fix these problems. The total cost of these repairs came to $740.00, all of which was covered under the Full Coverage, Alpha Tiered Contract he purchased with his vehicle.
Julie K. took her 2008 Mazda CX-7 into a service center because there was a loud growling noise coming from the engine and it was leaking oil. The mechanics found that the a/c compressor was making the noise that was coming from the engine and the oil cooler was leaking. In order to correct the issues this vehicle was having, the compressor and engine oil cooler would need to be replaced. The total cost of this repair came to $1,218.20, all of which was covered under the New Car Contract she had purchased with her vehicle.
Tristen L. took his 2006 Ford F150 into a service center because the battery light was on. The service center found that the alternator needed to be replaced coming to a total of $299.40. Tristen would’ve paid the total cost of the repair if he wouldn’t have purchased our Alpha Tiered, Extended Coverage plan.
Robert S. took his 2006 Mercedes-Benz CLS 500C into a service center because the vehicle was making noise when going over bumps or making turns. The mechanics determined that both the front lower ball joints were worn, causing this noise. Both lower ball joints would need to be replaced in order to fix the problem, costing a total of $580.76. The entire cost of this repair was covered under the Alpha Tiered Contract he had purchased with his 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 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.
Krystle G. took her 2007 Chevrolet Impala Super Sport into a service center when she noticed the transmission was slipping. While on the road test, they noticed a humming noise coming from the engine. They received authorization to do a tear down and found that the Torque Converter was the cause of failure and that the vehicle would need transmission work. The service center replaced the Transmission. The repair would have cost Krystal $2167.00, but by choosing to keep a “Piece of Mind,” Krystal had purchased an Alpha Tiered Extended Warranty with her vehicle, covering the total cost of repair.
Dwight J. took his 2004 Porche Cayenne S into a service center when he noticed a coolant leak as well as a vibration while driving. The repair center informed Dwight that the drivetrain would need to be replaced due to a leak in the pass pipes, costing him a total of $950.00. The cost of this repair was covered under the Alpha Tiered, Supreme Coverage Contract he had purchased with his vehicle.
Latina G. took her 2009 Dodge Avenger SE/SXT into a service center when she noticed a knocking noise coming from the engine and the check engine light illuminated. The mechanics found that the alternator was bad and the intake runner valve was stuck open. To get this vehicle running properly, they would need to replace the alternator as well as the intake manifold. The total cost of this repair would have cost Latina $845.84 had she not purchased our Alpha Tiered Powertrain Plus Contract with her vehicle.
Sean W. took his 2004 Chevrolet Trailblazer LS/LT into a service center because he noticed the check engine light was on, the windshield washer fluid works on rear but not in the front and there was a loud clunk when going over bumps. The mechanics found that the front windshield washer pump had shorted and the left front sway bar link was broken and the right side was loose. It was also throwing a code PO128 for the thermostat. In order to get the vehicle running properly, they would need to replace the thermostat, replace the washer pump and the sway bar links. When all was said and done, the total cost of repair came to $651.91. Luckily, Sean purchased one of our Alpha Tiered Contracts with his vehicle, covering these repairs.
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.