On 12-07-10 at approximately 1010 hours, I brought my car into Folsom Lake Toyota for the replacement of the electronic control module due to a safety recall by toyota. Upon my arrival, I spoke to Chris Oxley (service adviser) who told me that the ECM will take 2 to 2 1/2 hours to replace. At approximately 1100 hours, Oxley called me and told me that i have a bad starter and it will cost $513 to fix. I told Oxley that i don't want to fix it because I had my starter replaced 2 months ago with a new starter. I just want to have the ECM replace. At 1300 hours, I reported to Oxley to pick up my car. Oxley told me that they didn't replace the EMC because they didn't have any in stock. Why didn't he told me this when i dropped off my car? I went to pick up my car and noticed that when i pressed on the lock buttom on my remote, it didn't lock. I wondered what they did to my car? I then told Oxley about the locking problem on my car. A technician came out and checked the locking problem. Technician drove car back to the shop and reprogrammed locking system and the remotes. At approximately 45 minutes later, Oxley told me that my car is done. Oxley also told me that before i brought my car in this morning, your door locks didn't work in your car. My door locks did work before i brought my car to Folsom Lake Toyota. After they serviced it, the locking system didn't work in my car. Be CAREFUL taking your car to Folsom Lake Toyota.