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Old 08-02-2019, 08:42 AM
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If you had your Engine replaced under this Class Action Suit. What other work did you have done or need while engine was out? I am being told there are 'suggested repairs that I won't be charged labor but just parts. But it still sounds high to me????
I'll try to remember my list of repairs they suggested.
The one I did do was the Turbo coolant lines. I believe it was $750 that I paid since the engine was removed already. I have seen others post that they paid a little more than half of that.

They suggested the Pinion Seal, front axle

Others have suggested to get many of the hoses replaced
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Old 08-02-2019, 09:19 AM
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If you had your Engine replaced under this Class Action Suit. What other work did you have done or need while engine was out? I am being told there are 'suggested repairs that I won't be charged labor but just parts. But it still sounds high to me????
I'll try to remember my list of repairs they suggested.
The one I did do was the Turbo coolant lines. I believe it was $750 that I paid since the engine was removed already. I have seen others post that they paid a little more than half of that.

They suggested the Pinion Seal, front axle

Others have suggested to get many of the hoses replaced
TURBO Coolant Lines and some type of radiator line were recommended, which I've agreed to. Even though they say no labor charges, the parts seem excessively high!
How did you fare with the engine charge?
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Old 08-05-2019, 02:00 PM
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Can anyone help me out with the cost/pricing for these parts?
They are in addition to my Engine being replaced.
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What exactly is covered with the CCP? Just the oil burning? Or leaky gas lines, injectors and so on?
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Old 08-06-2019, 05:46 PM
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Well I got her back today. I definitely can see that the engine is new or at least different upon inspection. But I also noticed they changed my Oil Cap...? Looks completely different. Anyone else?

I will give an update after a month or so of driving. I'm particularly interested in oil consumption and if I will get better MPG...
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I’m late to the party. After the “customer care package” in 2015 I stopped reading about the cars issues since I wasn’t having any. Now I’m burning a quartz every 3 weeks. I have a 09 750 il with 114k, am I too late for this oil consumption test?


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Old 08-07-2019, 03:42 PM
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What exactly is covered with the CCP? Just the oil burning? Or leaky gas lines, injectors and so on?
There should be a thread on CCP but I believe injectors are covered for 10 years and or 120k miles, whichever comes first.

I have an appointment next week. Hope I am covered
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Old 08-07-2019, 03:43 PM
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I’m late to the party. After the “customer care package” in 2015 I stopped reading about the cars issues since I wasn’t having any. Now I’m burning a quartz every 3 weeks. I have a 09 750 il with 114k, am I too late for this oil consumption test?


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I'd call your service center and say you are trying to schedule the consumption test due to the lawsuit.
Seems like you would pay a lot of money for this since you are at 114k.
But you never know, good luck
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Old 08-07-2019, 04:22 PM
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What exactly is covered with the CCP? Just the oil burning? Or leaky gas lines, injectors and so on?
There should be a thread on CCP but I believe injectors are covered for 10 years and or 120k miles, whichever comes first.

I have an appointment next week. Hope I am covered
Got it. I'm nearing 105k miles and my build date is 09/2009. CCP was done at 62k miles. Don't think I'm burning any oil, unless the oil sensor is broken. It's beem about 5k miles since an oil change and the oil level is still at max and the exhaust doesn't smoke at all.
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I'm late to the party. After the "customer care package" in 2015 I stopped reading about the cars issues since I wasn't having any. Now I'm burning a quartz every 3 weeks. I have a 09 750 il with 114k, am I too late for this oil consumption test?


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Absolutely not. I have a buddy who bought a 2011 at auction with over 100k miles. He took it to local dealer, they tested, it qualified under the class action law suit. Most likely so will yours.
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Taking mine in on the 3rd of September due to a suspected injector leak and an oil leak. Hopefully nothing too crazy... Currently at 106k miles, CCP was previously done at 60k.
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