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      09-19-2012, 11:37 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by themyst View Post
All this because you couldn't be bothered to take your parts off? You just made their job easy for them, blame the aftermarket parts.

I understand you have a third party warranty but same story.
they could care less about the mods, 3 of them have tuned cars. I have had 6 injectors replaced, 2 fuel pumps with all the mods on. If you have a BMW warranty yes they care...if they are going to get paid either way they could careless. The problem is not the parts it was not diagnosed right, but I do see what you are saying. If they don't know they will just blame the parts. The title of the thread still stands, if you think a BOV caused oil to get in the turbo you need a new mechanic.
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