I purchased a hub assembly from NAPA online. The part is stated to fit a 2011 Hyundai Elantra.
The part does not fit. It is listed wrong. I verified this by contacting the dealer. There is a difference in the part depending on whether it's a coupe or sedan.
NAPA has the part listed for all 2011 models. I had a local shop complete the install. Because the part was not the correct one. The shop charged double labor.
They had to remove the knuckle and press in a new bearing twice. I had to pay for two new wheel bearings. I called and talked with customer service. The had the DM give me a call.
I explained to him the situation. I wanted them to split the cost of labor and pay for a wheel bearing. The DM asked me to visit the store I purchased the part. The manager offered a refund for the part and a $50.00 in store credit.
I told him that isn't good enough. He told me he would talk with the DM. I haven't received a reply from the manager or the DM. It's now been two weeks.
I offered the repair shops contact information. I also offered the information to cross reference the part.
I would not have asked for a partial labor payment if I made a mistake and purchased the wrong part. This problem occurred because NAPA has the part listed wrong.
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