I paid Stevinson to check the oil pressure on my Corvette. When I picked it up and after I paid, the service agent then mentioned that the mechanic broke off the oil pressure sensor. The oil pressure sensor is broken, and replacement is about 1-2 hours labor minimum. There was no mention of this on my receipt, and no mention that the damage Stevenson created would be repaired.
I asked the service agent to place proof on a new receipt that the damage was caused at your shop. There was never any mention by the service agent that Stevinson would make the repairs crated by their damage. My Corvette was in worse shape when it left than when I dropped it off. I expect Stevinson to replace this part and provide the labor for the repair. others are agreeing with me.
It is ironic that on the day I brought my vehicle in I told two friends how I always trust the guys in the service department to do the right thing; and then when all was said and done I ended up feeling like I'd not been treated fairly. The original assessment of the problem turned out to be incorrect; meanwhile, since that original problem would be covered under warranty, I agreed to additional maintenance servicing. When that was completed, it turned out that the original problem was NOT fixed, and that I had to pay another $700 to fix the problem. Had I known that would be the cost of the repair I would have waited to have the maintenance service done so as to not have such a large hit to my monthly budget. I did express this to my service consultant. (Kirk) and he agreed. The problem could have been avoided had they tested my vehicle after they 'fixed' what they originally assessed the problem to be.