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    Bad, it is never good having a leaking seal



    Is it not covered under warranty?
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    Are you the first owner with the lifetime warranty? If not, and the car is less than 3 years old and under 60,000 miles then I would fight to say it should as I would not think this is a serviceable item
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    • #3
      That should be covered under warranty.

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      • #4
        ?250 sounds reasonable to do the job. I presume that the front suspension has to be partially dismantled in order to pull the shaft. I reckon 3 - 4 hours labour for the repair

        However I agree it should be covered by warranty. A 62 plate will at most still be under 2 years old, if only until the end of August. So it should still be covered by the 2 year manufacturers warranty, even if not the original??registered owner.
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        • #5
          0011728, on 18 August 2014 - 02:02 PM, said:
          Bad, it is never good having a leaking seal



          yeucchhhh, all that blubber............

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