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Not unusual. They make money selling you the warranty, not by fixing
You need to read your warranty CAREFULLY, or have an attorney or legal aide
do it. Know for sure if you have the coverage you think you have. Many
policies are worthless.
IF you have coverage, you may need to get some proof that you have a
A second opinion from a qualified mechanic, in writing, would give you some
evidence. The dealership has given its opinion and, not unpredictably, they
have sided against you. If a qualified mechanic has a different opinion,
you have something on your side.
Now, if you determine that you actually have a problem and that your
should cover it, and they still won't attempt to satisfy you, you may have
them. In most places, you can sue in small claims court without an attorney
several thousand dollars.