No I don't know anyone at other car brands. I have worked for Chrysler for 12+ years. I know pretty much only Chrysler techs.Hey NX91 do you know tech Dan Butler at the Audi dealership by chance?
I would let Tammie and the team know who it was on this site and have him banned as a member, we don't need two faces like that on our site.
Next I would get the post to higher ups at Dodge and show them the post he deleted.
Its sad a purchase for 70k depending on the over sticker or not and these jacka#$% won't flip for a new splitter that at there wholesale is not a lot. And the money doesn't even come out of the shyster salesman and managers pocket.
I guess they never heard of customer service, as hard as they covered it up, it would have been a lot easier to fix it for you.
Level 3 in all areas and on my way to Detroit at the end of the month to get Viper certified.Okay thanks. You are a SRT Tech?
And thats between the OP and the management. But I got my name dragged through the mud on this one for just trying to be a stand up guy.Just my opinion, but IF I were the owner of the dealership I would fix the vehicle to the customers satisfaction. Considering that the dealership just made THOUSANDS of $ in profit, forget who was at fault and just fix it.
Ask away....if I don't get banned.Can I ask you stuff when I get mine? Master ASE and Master Audi tech w/37 years in the biz.
And this is exactly what happened. The scuff was so so so minor on the underside of the splitter you only knew it was there if you were under neither the splitte. It didn't warrant a replacement. And that's what I tried to portray in my orginaly posts that I ended up deleting.I believe NX91Notch in that there was probably some minor scuff or something (the type of thing that you would never see and certainly not replace -- it's going to happen if you drive the car). He was being honest. The buyer got the car, damage was worse freaked