If you buy 2 front, and 2 rear shocks for this car, is it normal for a price to be excessively charged the same net and list prices of $485.00 a piece? With the understanding that repair pal lists the prices to charge, I know, But on a professional "opinion", what can be reasoned for the same charges to list for net and list and then render me the consumer, that's easy 2 grand total for four shocks; and if they never get installed correctly, that's more money to pay for repairs to the shocks. Is this a normal business practice, or was I deceived?
shocks on 2002 GMC Yukon XL Denali
by robsgirl4eva in Claremont, CA on May 15, 2009
ANSWER by hemicuda on May 18, 2009
Your denali must have the auto level system and the list price for AC Delco shocks for your vehicle is $598 each so it looks like they gave you a discount on the parts provided they are AC Delco ( standard equip for your Denali )
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