Beau H. took his 2008 Chrysler Town & Country Touring ED into a service center when he noticed the esp abs light was on, the brakes were squealing while in reverse and he discovered an oil leak. The mechanics found that the abs module had internal damage, throwing a code c0226, the lower intake was leaking oil leak and coolant leak in the thermostat housing gasket. In order to fix the issues he was experiencing with his vehicle, they would need to replace ALL of these parts. The total cost of this repair came to $895.37, all of which was covered under the Full Coverage, Alpha Tiered Contract he had purchased with his 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 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.
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.
Milissa D. took her 2007 Dodge Ram 2500 Mega Cab into a repair center because there was a vibration coming from the engine and the check engine light came on. The mechanics found that the fuel injector had failed and needed to be replaced. The total cost of this repair came to $663.08, all of which was covered under the Alpha Tiered Supreme Coverage Contract she had purchased with her vehicle.
My dealership called me back to tell me what fantastic customer service Alpha Warranty is showing him. I thank you for doing such a wonderful job with my customer. It means the world to me. – Agent
Paul H. took his 2002 Ford Escape XLT into a service center when he noticed a crack in the front left exhaust manifold. Confirming his discovery, the mechanics found that the only way to get his vehicle running properly would be to replace the exhaust manifold. The total cost of repair came to $1,125.35, all of which was covered under the A La Car Contract she purchased with her vehicle.
Uton had his 2002 BMW X5 4.6IS towed into a service center because the vehicle wouldn’t start and the battery light was on. The mechanics found that the alternator had failed and needed to be replaced. The total cost of this repair would come to $708.87, all of which was covered under the A La Car Contract he had purchased with his vehicle.
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.
While driving her 2001 Toyota Sequoia, Michele T. found her vehicle very difficult to steer. Turns out, the steering gear and power steering pump had both failed. We paid $932.98 to repair Michele's vehicle as she is protected with our Extended Coverage contract.
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.
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.