I went in with a intermittent cutting off of the engine issue to them. They said I needed a new fuel pump for my truck. I agreed to have it serviced and they did it for $1100. Great. Well, within a 2 week span, it did it again and I had to have it towed this time. I had to call for two days to check in on it. Finally I got it answer that it was a fuel module located outside of tank and that at $300 with some change, it could be changed and fix the problem. They also recommended to have it relocated due to it being a issue with other trucks for extra $500. I got off the phone and researched it myself finding out it was a very easy part to replace. Two screws holding it with a plug in. I ran to O'Reilly to get the $50 part and then to Cordells. I asked them did my fuel pump really need to be replaced if it was a simple module in the first place? Their response was yes and that a new fuel pump caused the module to go out. I didn't feel good about it at all and told them I have the new module and will replace it myself right now. They did not argue with me and let me do it. I also asked do I owe anything for this diagnosis...and they replied no. So i went out, replaced it myself and drove off within 8 minutes. They seem to want me just gone. I was very patient and didn't make a scene, but never felt satisfied and also felt lied to. Talking with a few mechanics, they stated this was not the right way to handle the situation on their end. A fuel module ($50 part) could've fixed it from the start. But to try and charge me more to fix the issue that was from the start was the breaking point for me. A reputable company would make it right with the customer, fix the issue, and own up to mistakes. I felt this was not the case at all.