How do I request a different auto mechanic?

I go to the dealer to get my car maintained, but one of the mechanics did a shoddy job last time (in fact I have to go back tomorrow to get some things fixed that he botched up). How can I tactfully request a different auto mechanic to do the work? I don't want to cause any enemies or make him angry. P.S. I go to this dealership because I have a service contract from them, plus my car is less than three years old and still under warranty thank you! i'd appreciate any ideas that you have

Asked By: ♪ ♫ ☮ NYbron ☮ ♪ ♫ - 5/31/2007
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
Easiest way is to ask to talk to the service manager. Tell him your concerns and simply request a different tech work on your car. Be cordial, and I bet he will bend over backwards to be nice and take good care of you. Believe me, handle it like this and it won't cause any problems.
Answered By: rat396 - 5/31/2007
Additional Answers (3)
Speak to the manager about it.
Answered By: - 5/31/2007
First of all, the warranty doesn't mean you have to take it to any dealership for scheduled service. Secondly, the service contract is probably from the make ( Pontiac, Mercury, Mercedes, Dodge, etc) and can be used at any of their dealerships! Lastly- if you HAVE to take it back to them, tell them as tactfully as you... More
Answered By: BillyTheKid - 5/31/2007
you may not realize it but, at the dealership the tewchs get paid per the job they do,therefore if he botched the job (for whatever reason) he should get a chance to fix it (for free the second time).That is called a recheck or comeback at most dealerships, everyone had a bad day . Take it back to the dealership voice... More
Answered By: h.a x - 5/31/2007
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