On 29 Oct 2013 I took my 2009 Chevy Silverado in for a check engine light and tire wear. Later that day Paul with Bale service department calls me a tells me I need a catalytic converter, my master cylinder was leaking and needs to be replaced, and my upper and lower ball joints need to be replaced. Total price was over $3200. I told them that I didn’t have the funds to do that at that time. They called my back a few minutes later and said they could do it for $2600. I told them I would just pick up the truck, for them to evaluate my truck and try to rip me off they charged $101.92. I then got a call from a sales person at Bale saying that they had a buyer for my truck. I took my truck to the dealership that I purchased the truck from in Effingham, Il on 12 November 2013 and they looked over it. I did need a catalytic converter. But an alignment took care of the tire wear, no need for upper of lower ball joints, as for the leaking master cylinder it did not show to be leaking or ever have been leaking. I had the dealership in Effingham, Il change the battery and oil. So in conclusion Bale Chevrolet tried to replace and fix parts that were not faulty or broke. I tried to resolve this through the dealership, Jonathan the Service manager but all he wanted was to look at my truck. I have tried on 3 occasions to make contact with Hunter Bale the General Manager and he has yet to return my call. Bale Chevrolet is dishonest and shady.