Okay, I have a question. I have a 2001 Nissan Pathfinder with 90k miles. Two weeks ago my service engine light came on. So I took ti in to get it checked, when I got it in there, the light had gone off. But they said they did a diagnostic test and that I needed a new intake valve and I could use new front brakes.
I said okay, and they ordered the intake valve and raplaced the front brakes. They called me when my part was in and I took it back to the shop. They called me later that day and said my fan belt and my AC belt needed to be replaced and that they had re-checked and this time I needed another intake valve. I let them replace the belts and told them if it was necessary, might as well order the other intake valve.
So far I've paid about $350 for the brakes and the belts. I asked how much it will be for the two intake valves when they get them in, and they told me that will run me another $600. They also told me I should schedule a 90k service check up and that would be $450. I haven't scheduled the service check up yet.
My question is, does that sound reasonable as far as price and why didn't they find all these problems the first time it was in the shop. Also, is it worth it to get the 90k service check up?