I hope they approve the engine repair/replacement, I really do. But given what I know about 3rd party service contracts, I am not optimistic you will get them to cover this, not without a helluva fight anyway.Great news everyone. Apparently I purchased an mrc coverage plan from the credit union so if all goes well what would have cost 12k will now be 250
The brakes (way high price) don’t matter right now, I’d make them focus on convincing the warranty company to step up and honor what you paid for.Waiting to hear back from the shop whether they will approve the repair or not. On a side note shop is charging about 1k for rear brake service (pads, brake lines, hoses) and differential service(new fluid) is that reasonable ? Feel like I can do it myself for half the price
I agree whole-heartedly. I turn down extended warranties on just about everything they are offered on these days.......really who needs an extended warranty on something from Home Depot or Staples that cost $100 or less anyway?Good for you! I'm always a believer in the extended warranties.