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#22: 01-18-2013, 05:55 AM
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Some shops are just run by opportunistic jerks, and will try to take advantage of people and rip them off. And charging someone $150 for a TPMS sensor, installation and programming is exactly that when they are already selling you a tire and installation.

Chains like Firestone or Midas can be good or bad depending on who is running them. Most of them are good, but there are some particular locations that are best avoided, and it sounds like you happened to discover one of them.