I just had my engine replaced a week ago and 2 years ago had the transmission replaced. The dealership is now telling me the flex plate is broken and is not covered by any warranty. how much should this repair cost and should it have been covered with the engine or transmission repair?
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BEST ANSWER by Bret Bodas ,
May 28, 2010
The flex plate is bolted to the engine, between the engine and the transmission. Whoever just replaced the engine should have a very good explanation why this wasn't caught then, when they removed it from the old engine and put it on the new one.
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