I had trouble getting them to explain why it takes a half
hour to replace a rear wiper arm. $46.00 was labor the rest of the $102 was the cost of the wiper arm. Also, although I paid $113 to find out why my
hour to replace a rear wiper arm. $46.00 was labor the rest of the $102 was the cost of the wiper arm. Also, although I paid $113 to find out why my power locks didn't work, the under qualified service manager couldn't tell me why they didn't work - But he assured me that the switch I installed AFTER my battery died, is what caused my battery to die.
The reason I installed the switch was because the battery would go dead and the doors would lock and unlock on their own due to the problem within the power lock circuit. I found that by pulling the fuse for the power locks, the battery would never go dead and the locks would stay locked until I manually unlocked them. The main problem with pulling the fuse was that my power sunroof is on the same circuit - So every time I wanted to open or close the sunroof, I had to re-insert the fuse. That quickly became bothersome, so I simply installed a switch by running a wire from the upstream (hot) side of the fuse panel through a new in-line fuse holder, then to the new switch I installed and then another wire back to the dependent side of the fuse panel to continue the circuit to the sunroof and locks. This allows me to turn the switch off at night so the locks stay locked and the battery doesn't drain. But I can flip the switch back on just long enough to open or close the sunroof with minimal inconvenience.
I also paid several hundred dollars (yes, same visit) to have a Tick, Tick, Tick sound under the hood repaired. Guess what? It still Tick, Tick, Ticks.
The service manager was extremely unprofessional. I love the car - I've purchased 3 Hyundai's in the past 8 years. But I won't be buying anymore cars from The Glassman Group ever again due to their terrible service ethics.