We got a relatively useless invoice stating that we didn't owe any money. There was only one line regarding work performed. It was in the paperwork we received before our car went to Casa Grande, and it's probably a generic line item that doesn't actually mean the traction battery was replaced.shrink wrote:Did you guys received a work order listing exactly what was done to your car? That seems to be standard practice whenever work is performed. I know this case is different, but you have a right to know what they did to the car you own.
Maybe you'll get one in 2-3 weeks when findings are published, but I suggest requesting one for your documentation and records.
OP CODE 55NIZEBAT
NISSAN EXPRESS SERVICE BATTERY REPLACEMENT
Scott's car hadn't reached his dealership as of this morning. They told him he can pick it up anytime tomorrow.