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Re: Is this legal? How do I address my rights?9553 (archive)

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Posted by Charles on April 09, 1999 at 13:05:12:

In Reply to: Is this legal? How do I address my rights?95530i.. posted by Atlantadealer wants us2pay4engine test!? on April 09, 1999 at 09:28:08:

Different dealers work this different ways. My
local dealer told me I didn't have to pay, even
though I offered to. Others in the 530i email
list that I belong to:

Check this page for some great information on
your car -
http://home.pacbell.net/dbwhite/530i-Home.htm

have had to pay. The above URL explains the three
stage test and what BMWNA is obligated to do for
you regarding this problem. My personal opinion
is that the leakdown test is the only valid one
because it determines whether you get the new
block or not. I was willing to pay for my test
because I can't afford the price of a new block
once the car is out of extended warranty. Not
everyone would share my feeling on this. I'm sure
Atlanta has several dealers, you should call up
every one of them before you throw in the towel.

Charles

: Atlanta area dealer tried to get me to pay for engine test. So I told my wife to bring our car home. I want to first hear from you guys/girls about this.
: Helppppp.
: Thanks.
: 95 530i 5spd




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