Turns out the part that breaks regularly, and was broken again, was still under warranty. I didn't remember, because it was the ninety-eleventh time it needed replacing, but Wright's did. So the new part AND the labor to install it was free. Yes, Wright's labor is a little more expensive than others. That's because their people are experts, and they're honorable as heck about making sure they do the right job for the right reason. I don't have to worry about my car because Wright's does.