After I get my car back, I found the engine shakes at low speed. It was all good when I sent the vehicle in, and I was told, it's not the technician's issue.
Before my camera fix, I asked for a quote, I was given a price of $700, and I asked does that include camera calibration, the answer was yes, "it's included, it's just labor". And after it's fixed for $2000, I was told I need to go to the dealer to calibrate the camera. I am not happy about this, I feel like I was conned.
When I first come in, I asked to replace the camera first to check if it's the camera's issue. Why does it need 1.5 hour to replace a camera ? An average technician can get it done in less than one hour (because I got quoted from other shops).
And probably I didn't make it clear, but what I was asking actually is, try with some old but working camera to check if it's the camera's issue, without unboxing a new one that couldn't be returned. I am an engineer, I thought this is obvious for an engineer, especially that new camera costs real money ($400).
And it takes more than a week to get the camera fixed (without calibrated, for which I have to run to the dealer again), I would not say it's a pleasant experience.
I would drop my vehicle to Chris' Auto Monday morning, hoping they can fix that engine issue for me ASAP, without charging me further ideally.