Back in the day, I had an O/T, '91 Plymouth that had issues with ignition coils and fuel pump relays, only I didn't know what was wrong at the time. I took it into the dealership (first mistake) and they told me it was the brain and wanted over a grand to fix it. They then said that I couldn't take the car until I got the brakes fixed. I had just done them myself a week earlier and still had the receipt for the parts, and a witness that watched me do it. I went in there to see what they were talking about, and they had swapped out my rotors and pads with some trash. I showed them my receipt and told them if my car wasn't back together the way it came in they'd be hearing from my lawyer and the local news. I was 19 at the time, they figured they had a sucker. They put it all back together, and then wanted 24 bucks for doing an estimate. I got in the car and drove off and never heard from them. A few days later I had the oportunity to talk to a local mechanic whose shop was next door to the market I worked in. He said that those early 90's Dodge products had coil and relay issues and to let him check it out. 41 bucks later it was fixed, and he showed me how to fix it the next time it happened, which it did, several times.