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Old 08-31-2011, 09:24 AM
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I would take the car to a indy shop for a second opinion before handing over the $2K. But even before that, I would seek legal advice.
This seems to be a fairly easy problem to verify. The OP could be taken into the shop and shown the damaged wires.

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The repair dealer continued to find defective parts and fixing them, until they found a reason not to fix under the CPO warranty. A lot of codes were thrown during the repairs.
It seems you're not familiar with substitution / replacement as a means to troubleshoot. I thought my X5 example was fairly clear. What about it did you not understand?

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Did the selling dealer not find any of the issues when they CPOed the car? Would you trust the selling dealer at this point?
The question is: Was the selling dealer aware of the problem? I have seen nothing to demonstrate they knew of this problem and didn't disclose it.

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If not, why should you trust the repair dealer without seeking a second opinion?
I've seen no reason to distrust the repairing dealer.
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