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Old 01-31-2013, 09:16 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by socalragtop View Post
I guess it's off to the dealer ugh.
Once they have your OK on the authorization line they will charge whatever they feel like. A friend of mine paid 150 for a dealer to diagnose the top. They gave an estimate of 1,800 and couldn't put it back together correctly -- clearly they were learning on my buddy's car. We fixed the problem for $0.

Try to do it yourself or get some help here, or find an independent shop.
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