attn Hyundai tech:Hyundai 2002 XG350 10/100 extra

Had the check engine light come on not far from my local dealer. Stopped by the dealer, got an appointment to have it checked out. If it is some sort
of sensor at the edge of tolerance, is it covered by my 10/100 bumper to bumper warranty? The shop manager says it might not be covered. If I don't want to pay them some ridicu;ously high labor and part rate, can I get it repaired somewhere else and still maintain my warranty? I am starting to believe that the $1400 dollar price tag for this warranty was not such a DEAL DEAL after all.
Thanks in Advance.
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Who did you buy the warranty from? They should know if it is covered. If it is truly a bumper to bumper deal, it should be, but I can't read the terms from here.
Seems to me, they would know the answers to your questions since they know what warranty you have.
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I purchased it from the dealer from the Hyundai Corporation. I had one claim on it earlier. A rear door lock shot craps and it paid off. It was the best I could buy.
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You are always better advised to ask questions like yours, directly of the contract holder, than posting them on the internet.
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They are going to need more specifics than "If... some sort of sensor..." as well.
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