Monday update....with no call saturday or today, I asked a neighbor to drive me to the shop to see what is going on. The car is there up on a lift with the hood open and the two front tires off. The manager came out and we all walked to the car and he showed my neighbor and me again the belt that was partially shredded and showed me the water pump they took out of the car. I guess the belt started a chain reaction of stuff. He did say the valves were bent. He said he is waiting for the , I think he said "head". whatever it is, was never delivered Saturday as promised and he is still waiting today for it and called while we were there and told me once it gets it, it takes 3 or 4 hours to install and he would bring the car all done to me about 5:30 pm today. I did see a pile of parts right next to the car and he explained what happened when the belt went and started a type of chain reaction among the other parts including the water pump. This probably all makes more sense to all of you ..but since I never had this kind of repair before, it kind of makes sense...the "chain reaction". Now I see Mobile Dan said the car's valves could not be bent as I see by my papers from this forum. I know when my neighbor drove me there and saw a NAPA sign she said that is a great company....just what my male neighbor said when we mentioned that from the company card. The manager did say with all they did, I would have a "new" car. Still not sure of everything but if it lasts 24 months, that would be good, if 24,000 miles ...it only has 16,000 now in 17 years. So if the valves cannot be bent due to the engine.....when I get the car back and he again explains what happens.....I will bring up that terms of it being a "non-interference engine" and see the response. I feel more was probably done than needed in order to have a bigger bill but I think if they really replaced everything listed in the bill, to challenge it would just be too upsetting and hopefully, the car will outlast us this time. I will report further when we have the car without further charges. No one ever likes to think when they are in a vulnerable situation that they are charged to repair items not needed to be repaired, especially at an older age when the finances are different than when younger and working.