I have a 2000 Toyota Avalon that need the rear struts replaced. I took it to a place listed in the Mechanics Files.
When I picked up the car, they stated that the ABS light on the dash was on and that it need a left rear sensor.
There was no light when I took it in, and they agreed.
They had hooked it up to the computer to determine it was the left rear sensor.
My Question is does it make sense that simply removing the sensor to replace the strut could cause this sensor to go bad?
They said that they had placed tape over it when they had it out to protect it.
They put it up on the rack and I couldn’t see any cut or damage.
They want me to pay for the sensor which is not cheap. I feel that I am being taken. Am I?