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Car part warranty and labor

(1999 Ford Explorer)
in Los Angeles, CA on June 03, 2010
If a defected part was under warranty, is the dealer responsible for the eating the cost of labor to install the replacement?
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on June 03, 2010
some parts have lifetime warranties but labor is warrantied only 80 days. the only way they will not charge you is if they casued the failure on installation. hard to prove.

Roy
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