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Type of Entity
Limited Liability Company (LLC)
Business ManagementRobert Turner, Dealer Operator
Auto Dealers - New Cars New Car Dealers (NAICS: 441110)
Alternate Business NamesJ K Chevrolet Subaru Nederland Chevrolet, Inc.
1800 Highway 69 N
Nederland, TX 77627 (409) 722-0443 (877) 899-1177 (409) 527-3803 Directions
PO Box 1406
Nederland, TX 77627
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Complaint: Charged me $180 to repack my right, rear wheel bearing although the bearing unit is sealed and cannot be repacked. On January 29, 2013 I took my 2007 Subaru Forester to J.K.Subaru in Nederland, Texas to repack and repair my right, rear wheel bearings. My left bearing made the same noise in 2012 in Washington State before I moved to Texas in November 2013. The dealer in Washington replaced and the bearing unit. The right, rear made the exact noise. I took my car to J.K. Subaru to repair the bearings and was charged $180 for a "re-pack". The car began to make the noise again. The first time I took the car back to J.K. Subaru, they had a new service manager who was new. I asked them to check the noise again. The noise had stopped temporarily, then became intermittent. The mechanic told me the tires were uneven although he said he didn't take the car on the expressway and the new manager did not document that in the computer. The second time, May 2013, I took the car back to have my rear light switch replaced, I asked them to listen to the noise again, now The same mechanic who did the repair and told me my tires were uneven, stated "he did not do noises" and since I was leaving the car overnight while they ordered parts, he would have another person "who was better at noises listen to it. I picked the car up the following day and assumed they listened to the car, and since they didn't tell me differently, my car was making the noise because of uneven, all-weather tires. The request to check the noise was not documented on my invoice which I failed to notice. My family drove the car to Atlanta, GA for Thanksgiving. The noise became louder, then started bumping and making a loud rotating noise along with the constant roar. We took the car to Subaru on Friday and they couldn't work on it until Monday and my daughter had to return to college. We took the car to a well-known tire store, they replaced the tires at our request, and said the right rear wheel bearing was old and in bad shape. They said the unit was sealed and could not be repacked after I told them I had had the bearing repacked in Texas. They replaced the bearings and gave me a warranty for the repair. The car started to sway on the way home. My husband thought it was overinflated tires and let some air out of the tire at which time the swaying stopped. when I drove the car 2 days later the sway was awful. I called J.K Subaru and explained the story to their third service manager this year, and spoke to the general manager. They asked me to bring the car in. The mechanic drove my car and deemed it unsafe to drive. The mechanic in Atlanta used striped screw to attach the wheel back on the car. The warranty we received in Atlanta covered the repair. I had to leave the car over the weekend, and JK Subaru charged the warranty company a rental fee that I have to submit to get reimbursed, even though JK Subaru did not charge me a rental fee the last time I used one of their cars to wait for parts. The service manager, *******, said the bearing unit on my car could have been repacked because it wasn't sealed. I called the Subaru dealership in Washington State, the service department who had repaired my left rear bearings, and they said the wheel bearings on a 2007 Subaru Forester cannot be repacked, as the mechanic in Atlanta stated. ******* refused to refund any of the money I was charged for what I now believe was a fraudulent repair in January 2013. She said they can't get in touch with the mechanic who did the work to corroborate the "story"and she wasn't there, so she said she couldn't go in to the past to see what happened. She said parts can fail at any time, although they had not replaced any parts, and the service manager in Washington State told me the right rear bearings would probably need to be replaced in the next few months. She then showed me the grease in the bearing unit saying it had been repacked. When I called her back to tell her the service department in Washington said the bearings were sealed, she said she would get back to me and has not.
Desired Settlement: $180 for the suspected fraudulent repair.
Business Response: Initial Business Response /* (1000, 12, 2013/12/31) */ The business called 12/31/13 and explained he will contact the consumer to try and resolve.
BBB's Final Determination: Consumer accepted resolution offered by the business.
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