I got an estimate for $2000 to repair tierods and arms in October of last year. I took my vehicle in for repair in December requiring additional services such as an oil change, bulb replacement, wiper replacement and minor wiring for a key fob error. None of the underbody work was done. For $2200, I got inner and outer tie rods, new tires (already plugged twice), wiper blades, oil change (change oil indicator on), bulb change (right bulb is out), wiring (still have key fob error). When I took my vehicle back to complain about work undone, I was charged an inspection fee for them to tell me what I already knew. Galeanas has agreed to make these repairs originally requested. Still wondering why I had to provide a S.S.N. I appreciate their effort to make things right. However, I'm not impressed with this dealership. I started working with Chris Collins one of the managers who observed me standing alone receiving no assistance from anyone when I took my vehicle back. I eventually worked with him and another manager Chris Shultz. They agreed to make everything right. Chris agreed to fix the front upper arms, redo the oil change and put the right flood bulb in. My original estimate was for upper and lower arm assembly on all 4 wheels and tie rods. This is what I brought my vehicle in for. I gave the estimate to my service advisor. In good faith Chris S. said he fixed the sway bar too. The results after their good faith effort is that the sway bar has not been fixed. It is still pulling when I turn left. My car is rocking at speeds of 60mph. I am not satisfied. I paid for something and did not get what I paid for. I now have to take it to a reputable company to have the work done correctly. I paid for an inspection and it didn't match the inspection I got from another company that says I need sway bar and links, shocks and struts, and upper and lower arm repair $2600. Galeana's should return my money with the exception of the bulbs, wiper blades, and oil change. Nothing else is fixed on my car.