So, my car started quitting in the middle of driving - it'd be driving fine, then all of a sudden I'd lose all accelleration and the revs would begin to drop. At about 3000rpm, the engine would stall, and I'd restart - when I restarted it, everything ran fine. I brought it in to get it looked at, in a shop that I have no experience with since I'm new to the area, but was recommended by one of the local businesses. The guy diagnosed it and told me it was the mass airflow sensor, which would need to be replaced. He informed me it was a $371 part, and a $65 installation. I did a little research on Google immediately, since $500 (including diagnosis) is not exactly chump change, and found others with the same problem, where replacing the MAS fixed the problem, so I told him to go ahead. Mass airflow sensors seem to run a between $250 and $300 for a new one online, so, $371 was expensive but not totally out of the ballpark for OEM. I have the car back and it runs great, but when I popped the hood, I noticed that the MAS they put in the vehicle has "Remanufactured" in big letters on the top of it. My question is, did I get screwed in this deal? $371 seemed high for even a brand new, retail OEM part. I've got a remanufactured part in there, shouldn't it have been substantially cheaper? It's for a 1998 Subaru Forester. I was going to call the Subaru place back in NH to get a couple price quotes, but we've got no local phone and are hitting the edge on minutes for the cell phone due to all the calling we've had to do for the move in. Any car guys that can give me some help?