Now I "KNOW" that Auto Dealerlerships are notoriously highpriced when it comes to car repairs, but I've had experiences with places like Firestone Complete AutoCare that have alomost ruined my car.
I would strongly recommend that anything having to do with engine work such as Timing-belt or water-pump or other Engine Related repairs be taken to a reliable and competant Dealership.
I have a Chrysler that has always served me well and it is now up over 100,000 miles.
Local repair shops could not install the water-pump properly and that lead to a ruined distributor, busted radiator and hoses and thermostat and radiator cap and on and on and on . . .
Other shops have even ruined the installation of the, all too critical, timing-belt and rather than fix it they told me I would need a new transmission.
Dover Dodge and Chrysler discovered that the timingbelt was off a tooth or two and that the hydraulic "tensioner" was all that was needed to get my car up and running, good-as-new.
I'd recommend taking your car to them and paying the little extra rather than having to go groveling back to Firestone Complete AutoCare to have them address the damage that their shoddy workmanship did to my vehicle.
My wife's car is due for a water-pump; timing-belt and a check engine-light issue and I'm not wasting my time with Firestone Complete Autocare or other repair shops on such a critial service. . . . . We're calling Brian and Joe and scheduling an appointment.