Okay, so Friday we took our 2003 Odyssey in to a dealership for the recalled passenger airbag. They replace it, and I'm sent home with the "service advisor" saying the vehicle looks good and the fluids are great along with their 6 page essay of the things they did for it. 6 hours later the battery light comes on, 2 hours after that the brake lamp comes on, next day I'm driving home from the store and I start losing power. Park, leave the car running but then can't get it into gear again. Make the decision to restart the car and it's dead. Completely drained, power locks, Windows, doors, nothing works. I call the dealership because obviously something must have happened since it was working fine the day before we brought it in. Had had the oil changed less than a month ago and the engine checked out and the battery replaced. It showed zero signs of an issue before the airbag thing. We get it towed to the dealership on Saturday before they close, today after calling them 4 times to get an response they tell me the alternator is dead and it'll be 800+ tax to repair. They insist that there is no correlation between the work they did and the alternator going bad. I'm skeptical since it seems like it would have to be quite the coincidence for them not to be related. Wondering if anyone else has had issues? Or if it's possible for the dealership to have caused the alternator to go bad. Thanks in advance!