My 2004 Chrysler Pacifica didn't know it was in Park or Neutral and would not start. It needed a position range sensor installed in the transmission. So I decided to take it to my local Chrysler dealer instead of some non dealer service center. After $89 tow bill for 5 miles of towing, they told me it would be about $50 for the part and $100 for the labor. Fine fix it call me if it needs anything else. Gave my home and my cell number. A week and a half go by no call, so I call. Waiting on part, call back today's later will get it in on Sat or Monday. Monday I call it's ready, I'm working and can't pick it up until Friday. Go in to get it and it is running the bill is $560 becuase they had to fix a ground wire also, it took hours to figure that out. It still is not showing that it is in Park or Neutral but it will start. The repair didn't fix it because the Autostick won't work and it doesn't know it's in Park or Neutral. I take it back that same day. They tell me they'll check to see if that switch is bad and if so they'll replace it otherwise they will call me. I put it in the paper for sale. Call them back on Tuesday after Easter. It is not the range sensor but a switch in the shifter. I say get it ordered, the sale add comes out on Thursday, no part yet. I have two people look at it on Thursday and Friday, sell it on Friday at their lot and it still isn't fixed. I ask them for an estimate and they tell me about $200, all I had was$100 bills so I left $300 to cover the repair. On Saturday my wife calls to see if they fixed it. She is told know but the people who bought it took it home to Morgantown and will bring it back at their convince to get it fixed. Price will be $264. I stop in today, 10 days after I sold it and get my change. The repair cost $274 plus Tax I got $8 and change back out of my $300. So my $150 repair ended up costing me almost $1000 and it took 5 weeks, and THEY NEVER CALLED ME!!!!!