service received

Asked by Jul 15, 2019 at 09:21 AM about the Subaru Impreza

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I purchased an Impreza a couple of weeks ago and had a trailer hitch put in
last week.  The service guy never put in the electrical wiring for the trailer
brakes.  It is illegal to haul a trailer in PA without break lights.  Surely you
guys know this - so why did you not install the light wires so I can use it?  
Don't tell me it is under the spare tire....  So I will have to have a local
mechanic do what I had thought you would do as a matter of course.  Not
the service I had hoped for.

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Unless you paid them to install the trailer light hook ups you don't have anything to complain about. CGs' does not sell cars, work on cars or install trailer hitches. Take your beef to the dealer that did the work.

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