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  • Hugo took his 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt SS into a service center when the traction control and check engine lights came on. The mechanics found that the

    Hugo took his 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt SS into a service center when the traction control and check engine lights came on. The mechanics found that the vehicle had a weak fuel pump and would need to be replaced. This repair would have cost Hugo $613.46 had he not purchased our A La Car Contract with his vehicle.

  • Margie G. took her 2004 Mazda Mazda6S into a service center when the vehicle wouldn’t turn over. The mechanics found that the fuel pump had failed, th

    Margie G. took her 2004 Mazda Mazda6S into a service center when the vehicle wouldn’t turn over. The mechanics found that the fuel pump had failed, the d171 lean mixture, air duct for mass air flow sensor had failed, there was an oil leak and the rack and pinion were leaking. In order to correct the problem, they would need to replace the fuel pump as well as the air duct. The total cost of this repair would have cost Margie $620.36 had she not purchased one of our A+ Contracts with her vehicle.  

  • Mary Anne H. took her 2004 Buick Rendezvous CX/CXL into a Service Center when she noticed a clunking noise coming from the front end of the car. The

    Mary Anne H. took her 2004 Buick Rendezvous CX/CXL into a Service Center when she noticed a clunking noise coming from the front end of the car. The Service Center found that the lower control arm bushing had failed and the front sway bar split on the ends. To fix the issue, they would need to replace the lower control arm and replace the sway bar and missing links. The total cost of repairs came to $655.76, all of which was covered under the Full Coverage Contract she had purchased with her vehicle. 

  • James H. took his 2006 Cadillac DTS into a service center because the vehicle started slipping while in 3rd gear. The mechanics found that the clutch

    James H. took his 2006 Cadillac DTS into a service center because the vehicle started slipping while in 3rd gear. The mechanics found that the clutch and bands were burned up and would need to be rebuilt or replaced. The total cost of this repair came to $2,019.00, all of which was covered under the A+ Contract he had purchased with his vehicle.

  • Linda M. took her 2004 Volvo XC90 T6 into a service center when she noticed a coolant leak and a loud noise coming from the engine while driving. Th

    Linda M. took her 2004 Volvo XC90 T6 into a service center when she noticed a coolant leak and a loud noise coming from the engine while driving. The mechanics found that the noise was coming from a cracked timing belt and the leak was due to water pump failure. In order to get this vehicle running properly, they’d need to replace the timing belt as well as the water pump. The total cost of repair came to $627.31, all of which was covered under the Alpha Tiered Extended Coverage Contract she purchased with her vehicle.

  • 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

    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.

  • Ali S. took her 2010 Volkswagen CC Sport into a service center because the air conditioning was blowing warm air. The mechanics found that the evapo

    Ali S. took her 2010 Volkswagen CC Sport into a service center because the air conditioning was blowing warm air. The mechanics found that the evaporator system was empty and had been leaking. In order to get this vehicle working properly, they’d need to replace the air conditioning evaporator. The total cost of this repair came to $891.51, all of which was covered under her New Car Contract that she purchased with her vehicle.

     

  • Muraleedhar took his 2002 Volkswagen Passat GLS into a service center when the ABS light came on. The mechanics found that the ABS control module was

    Muraleedhar took his 2002 Volkswagen Passat GLS into a service center when the ABS light came on. The mechanics found that the ABS control module was throwing a code 1649 meaning they would need to replace the module. The cost of this repair would come to a total of $1,295.30, all of which was covered under the Full Coverage Contract he purchased with his vehicle.

  • I have greatly appreciated the service and help with this 'peace of mind'. - Customer

    I have greatly appreciated the service and help with this 'peace of mind'. - Customer

  • Angela L. took her 2009 Ford F250 Super Duty into a service center when the vehicles steering started pulling to one side. The mechanics found that th

    Angela L. took her 2009 Ford F250 Super Duty into a service center when the vehicles steering started pulling to one side. The mechanics found that the drag link and the two outer tie rod ends were loose, needing to be replaced. They determined that the total cost of this repair would come to $689.69, all of which was covered under the A+ Contract she had purchased with her vehicle.

  • I’m a new customer and I recently processed a claim and I wanted to give you my feedback. I just recently processed a claim. I just thought it was a r

    I’m a new customer and I recently processed a claim and I wanted to give you my feedback. I just recently processed a claim. I just thought it was a really smooth process. Once I spoke with my mechanic, he said this was the best warranty company he has worked with so far. I wanted to give feedback to management and say “Keep up the good work.” It’s good to hear that I have a good company to fight for me and work hard when I need my car repaired. – Customer

  • 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.

     

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