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DEALER REPAIRED UPPER CHAIN COVERS DUE TO A OIL LEAK

(2005 Audi A6 Quattro)
in Torrance, CA on May 12, 2011
dEALER REPAIRED UPPER CHAIN COVERS WHILE UNDER WARRANTY NOW REAR TIMIG COVERS EED TO BE REPLACED AND CAR IS OUT OF WARRANTY, DOES THIS KIND OF LEAK HAPPEN INSTANTLY OR COULD IT HAVE BEEN OVERLOOKED WHEN THE FIRST LEAK WAS REPAIRED? DOES THIS TYPE OF LEAK JUST SUDDENLY HAPPEN?
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of Overbys Inc on May 13, 2011
even if it was overlooked, it is still out of warranty. this likely was not leaking back then; if they had seen it,
the factory would have paid them to fix it. suggest finding
a good independent Audi shop and forget the dealer forever.
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