Tuning system was a problem

I had to take our car to the dealership to get some work done on the engine.

My tuning kit was not performing right and I needed them to look at the suspension as well. While the car was in the shop, I got an oil change done as well. They also completed an alignment and rotated the tires. The woman from the auto body dealership called me after she realized that I had an aftermarket air filter on the car. She felt that the a/c filter needed to be cleaned or updated. The price for the aftermarket air filter turned out to be less than the price for the original part. I expected the aftermarket air filter to be 50 or $55 more. I was surprised to learn that it was not going to cost me that much cash. After all of the performance jobs were done to the car, I went to the dealership to check it out. The first thing I tried to do was adjust the tuning. I got the same error message from the unitronic tuning kit as I did before I took the car to the dealership. It did not even look like they did any work to the tuning system. I suggested talking to the mechanic and she tried to tell me that the tuning problem was not listed on the work form. I had a copy of the work form in our trifold. The unquestionably first and chief complaint about the car was the unitronic tuning kit. Those bozos wasted more than two afternoons and they still had not fixed the original problem.

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