So I took my car in for an MVI yesterday. I brought it to my mechanic, he's close by and not a slimey grease ball like a lot of them. He got most of the required work done but for held up when it came to replacing coil springs that had broken because he couldn't get the parts. Nissan refused to sell them to him, saying that there was a recall on the part and they were legally obligated to fix it based on transport Canada laws. I thought it sounded off so I and my wife (who is a lawyer by the way) both read the motor vehicle safety act and found nothing. Then I called transport Canada to verify what I knew. No such rule/law exists. So WTF right? So I called the dealership and spoke to the manager asking why he wouldn't sell my mechanic the parts, again he told me that he couldn't legally sell them to me, so I called him out for lying to me. Instead of just saying its company policy or I'm sorry I was wrong he dug his heels in got defensive and very rude. By the end of the conversation he was refusing to sell me the parts or do the work on the car. He said and I quote "we don't need to deal with you kind here!" WTF does that even mean? Anyone else ever had an issue like this getting a part for a car?