Does and should Pep Boys cover this (parts & labor), based on what I already paid them for (thermostat replacement, ECT replacement, coolant exchange)?
It came with a parts and labor warranty, but I don't know enough about this stuff to know if it qualifies.
They denied their service as the cause of the low coolant light.
They said that the fuse/sensor was already about to die and when they replaced the thermostat/ECT/coolant exchange, the fuse/sensor died on it's own.
Also, the check engine light came back on for the same code (P0128 - low coolant/thermostat/ECT), and they said they fixed it, but the code was related to the sensor with the low coolant light.
I believe I was scammed by your typical auto repair shop and filed a formal complaint with the corporate customer relations @ 1-888-PEP-BOYS.
Can you verify or contribute to any of these statements that Pep Boys said? I believe they purposefully spend 30+ minutes saying car jargon to eventually get the customer confused and to just leave
Did you ever get credit for helping me?