Had a check engine light that would go on and off at different times due to a valcume leak. They wanted to change the o2 sensor and nvld pump. Total cost was over 500.00. TOO expensive. I changed the o2 sensor last year so I don't think it went bad and the pump only requires a screwdriver or pliers to remove and replace the hose. I will do the work myself.
Bought the part for 45.00 and they wanted to charge me 200.00 just got the pump.
Mr. Kelly, thank you for the opportunity to service your vehicle. I must start off saying you didn't/don't have a vacuum leak. You have an evap problem and an O2 sensor problem. The fuel trims would indicate a vacuum leak and they were performing well. You also have four O2 sensors on your vehicle and Dodge's are very particular about which parts you put on them. The O2 sensor you used may not be bad, but it may not be compatible to your truck. The same goes for your NLVD pump...we do not use Dorman products for EVAP issues. We only use OE factory parts. We give a 24 month/24,000 miles warranty on all repairs. This is actually 12 months/24,000 miles longer than the OEM actually warranty the parts. I also understand that it only takes a screw driver or pliers to change the NLVD pump. We also run an EVAP test when we are done and take it for a test drive to ensure all systems are working properly. I am sorry you feel that $500 was too much for the repairs, but I believe if you would give us the opportunity to perform the repair, you would see the value at the end of the day.