Steven N. took his 2001 Isuzu Rodeo S/LS/LSE into a service center when the vehicle started making noise, then wouldn’t start. The mechanics found that the starter was bad and that the flex plate was broken. In order to get this vehicle running properly, they would need to replace both parts. The total cost of this repair came to $210.78, all of which was covered under the A La Car Contract he had purchased with his vehicle.
Claudia D. took her 2008 Infiniti G35 AWD into a service center because the a/c wasn’t blowing cold air. The mechanics found that the a/c evaporator core was leaking, needing to be replaced. The total cost of this repair came to $955.81, all of which was covered under the A+ Contract she purchased with her 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 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.
Vandana took his 2007 BMW 530I into a service center when the overheating light started flashing a message, saying to drive slow. The mechanics found that the water pump had failed and the thermostat housing was leaking, both needing to be replaced. The total cost of this repair came to $870.34, all of which was covered under the Full Coverage Contract he had purchased with his vehicle.
Charene B. took her 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee in for repairs after she noticed an oil leak. Turns out, the following components were leaking: the rear differential pinion seal, the front crankshaft seal and both valve cover gaskets. We paid $783.71 to replace these seals and gaskets as Charene is protected with our Extended Coverage contract.
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.
Shauna M. took her 2008 BMW in for repair when she noticed an oil leak. The mechanics found that the oil filter housing and the valve cover were leaking, meaning that they needed to replace these gaskets. The total cost of this repair would have cost Shauna $720.32 had she not purchased an AWS A La Car Contract with her vehicle.
Majid took his 2006 BMW 330I into a service center because the vehicle was leaking coolant and would shake while driving. The mechanics found that the water pump was leaking and the thermostat and front engine mounts needed to be replaced. After making the repairs, the total cost would be $1,164.76, all of which was covered under the Alpha Tiered Limited Powertrain Contract he had purchased with his vehicle.
Adam H. noticed unusual noises coming from his 2007 Nissan Titan when turning. Turns out, the unusual noises were caused by the combination of worn sway bar bushings and a broken transmission mount. We paid $367.88 to repair Adam's vehicle as he is protected with our Supreme Coverage contract.
When Ronald C. noticed the ABS warning light come on inside his 2008 Mercedes Benz S550, he took his vehicle in for repairs. Turns out, the ABS warning light came on as a result of a faulty right front wheel speed sensor. We paid $320.13 to repair Ronald's vehicle as he is protected with our Full Coverage contract.
Christopher C. took his 2003 KIA Sorento EX/LX into a repair center after he hit a bump and the vehicle shut off. The repair center found that the fuel pump had gone out and would need to be replaced. This would have cost Christopher $324.00 had he not purchased our Alpha Tiered Extended Coverage Warranty the day he bought his Kia.
Esther J. took her 2006 Chevrolet Silverado K2500HD into a service center when she noticed a leak. The mechanics found that the water pump was leaking and needed to be replaced, costing Esther $817.91. Luckily, she had purchased an A La Car Contracts with her vehicle, covering the entire cost of the repair.