I can't vouch for anyone else's calls but I provided full and complete data, as always.
When there is a descrepancy in data, and, when all the data is laid out in the open, you have only two choices.
- Throw out the bad datapoint
- Run another test
Since I already called the BMW of Mountainview dealership twice, I called again, just now, got Jesus again, told him to be accurate, and asked again, and he repeated the same price (actually, his $25 went to $25.50 but that's a minor descrepancy).
I have to believe rivercity gave us a bad datapoint and move on with my life.
I still would like to know if the fraudulent Stevenscreek BMW, if they'd ever answer their phone, might have the "441" at the right price.
Each repair should invariably add to our knowledge base by the process of inexorable incrementalism.
Your job, in return, is to read the suggested threads, where the best people will always add value to those threads, either by pictures or by descriptions, so the next person with the same problem stands on your shoulders.
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