Do I have to pay for mechanic workthat Ididn’t authorize?

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Do I have to pay for mechanic workthat Ididn’t authorize?

I brought my car in for a clutch repair. When the mechanic called me, he told me he also went ahead and replaced the stabalizer rods because they had rotted off. I did not authorize that work. When I went to pick up my car however, after haggling with him and getting him to drop the price on the clutch itself, I signed the bill. Is it too late now for me to do anything? Would I have had a right to do anything before?

Asked on March 7, 2012 under General Practice, Massachusetts

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