here are the overal complaints:
Plexi glass was used and scratched
center conole's paint was chipped and scratched
installation was incomplete, wires were left visable on the
vinyl border on tv was cut crooked
vinyl border was scratched
tv was disassembled without the consent of the owner.
Storage compartment was supposed to be modified to fit the
radio, but it was destroyed, left scratched and damaged -
the areas with the damage had NOTHING to do with the
installation of the radio.
- the car was brought into the BLESSED sound and Performance
auto shop to have an LCD screen/5.6" tv installed into the
center console. The original radio was going to be replaced
on top of the console in an empty storage compartment with
an aftermarket radio. The screen would then be placed in the
area where the original radio was. Aside from the fact that
the installation was incorrect and done without any care or
respect for the owners vehicle, the mechanic discovered that
the original plans to install the radio in the storage
compartment were not possible(due to a steal beam in the
back of the car denying the radio enough space to fit). he
then without contacting the owner, went ahead and modified
the compartment (punched a whole and damaged the area). The
end resulted in the radio being installed wrong, the
compartment area extremely damaged(not fixable) and the
whole process done differently from what was agreed upon.
Also, the mechanic mentioned nothing about taking apart the
screen to install it. He took the liberty to take apart the
tv to make it fit in the desired area. All this was done
without letting the owner be aware of this process. The tv
can now ONLY be used in the area where he installed it. The
tv and radio were provided by the owner of the car and were
property of the owner of the car. There was no right for the
mechanic to modify thet tv to install it. Not only was it
not necessary, but now if the owner ever wanted to take out
the tv and put it somewhere else, he could not because the
mechanic decided on his own to destroy it for the sole
purpose of making his installation easier.
The mechanic should have contacted the owner before any
modifications were made.