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      11-06-2012, 11:36 AM   #1
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Air Line/ Vac Line replacement not covered under CPO

Diagnostic: leaks in some hoses in the air system.
Recc: Repair to the air line at $264. Or repair air line and replace 4 vacuum lines that look frail for a total cost of $675.

Should I just get the repair to the airline and replace the vacuum lines with an indy later? Or is that a reasonable enough price to just have them replaced while the car is in?

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why isn't it covered under CPO?
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I would buy the parts and do it myself.
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why isn't it covered under CPO?
Hoses aren't covered, anything rubber is considered a wear and tear item.
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Do it all at an indy??
Are they going to charge you a diagnostic fee (~$140, not the usual $50) because it is not covered?
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Do it all at an indy??
Are they going to charge you a diagnostic fee (~$140, not the usual $50) because it is not covered?
Im not sure I will make sure to double check. The total for diagnostics and repairing the airline was 262
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