I went to Arrington?s Body Shop in Winter Haven to have the pins and bushings replaced on my pickup truck. I went in at about 5pm they stated that they didn't know if the mechanic had finished the job completely because he had to leave for an emergency. I went and looked at the truck and upon inspection told them that the lower pin was the same one that I had put in prior. I stated that I would return the following day to have it fixed but I needed to take the truck for work. So I paid them for the service and returned the next day to have them fix it. When I went to pick it up I found that there was a lot of ?play? in the door. I said to them that it should not have that much play in it. They insisted that it was new and that if I wanted to replace it to prove that it was a new bushing that I would have to pay for the labor again, but if it proved that it was the old bushing that they would (eat the cost). I said again that it should not have that much play in it and there mechanic stated that it was because the hinges were bad. I also stated that there also could have been a defect in the part itself but they shrugged it off like they were not responsible for things like that. I told them that I was going to the Chevy Dealership to seek the opinion of the manufacture. So I left there and went to the Chevy dealerships body shop where the shop manager and a mechanic both verified that the lower bushing was bad and there was nothing wrong with the hinges. After going to the Chevy dealership I went back to Arrington's to let them know what the dealership stated. The owner then stated that they would fix it and that it would only be a 10 min job. within 4 minutes they called Mr. Arrington and stated to him that it was going to take 2 hours to fix because they had to take the door back off. Then he stated that I would have to pay for parts again, and if the door just happened to be loose again after the job was done that I would be liable to pay for the labor again.
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