In Reply to: Re: Value of certified pre-owned posted by Jose on February 23, 2000 at 08:58:39:
The certified pre-owned literature specifically says the A/C is covered. My problem was the condensor leaked. It was replaced, along with, I think, the evaporator. The system was recharged, and of course most of the $1400 went to labor.
: : I bought my '94 525 in 1997 after it came off the original lease at a dealer. They wanted $1600 to have the car certified pre-owned. I still had 1 year left on the orig manufacturers warranty and I chose not to do it. Within what would have been the 2-yr certified period, I paid $1400 to have the A/C fixed. I asked the dealer if this would have been covered in the extended warranty. He said yes. I'm still ahead $200, but it's probably worth it.
: : : I would like opinions on the cost to associate with the certified pre-owned plan. I want this figure to help me figure out a fair price for a car that I am looking at. Also, I would like any feedback on the program itself.
: : : Thanks!
: What part of the A/C was repaired that it cost you
: 1400.00 dollars I have the Certified program and it didnt covered the A/C. My problem was in the
: lower pressure hose.