Warranty dispute NOx sensors? 2012

ENMeyer

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ENMeyer

Was it the one closer to the Artic, or the one closer to Antarctica?
Well....

I'd avoid the diamond in the rough, Shane
and if your fever was this high, you'd be heading to the ER
this many inches in a yard is no good
Stay away from this Palace / House of Parliament
Rhymes with PestSinister

I've had great work from Linden and Littleton, by the way.

forgive the riddles, as I have the stinkin' flu and a bit loopy.
 

lindenengineering

Well-known member
Well....

I'd avoid the diamond in the rough, Shane
and if your fever was this high, you'd be heading to the ER
this many inches in a yard is no good
Stay away from this Palace / House of Parliament
Rhymes with PestSinister

I've had great work from Linden and Littleton, by the way.

forgive the riddles, as I have the stinkin' flu and a bit loopy.
Hey take it easy. Flu can kill you no joking!
You have had a shot?--- have you?
Take care
Dennis
 
How much, exactly, are we talking about here? Couple hundred for parts and a sure fix vs. thousands of $$ and hours spent on litigation/mediation with absolutely uncertain outcomes?

Suggesting that one has to know you adversary's order of battle and carefully choose the terrain on which you wish to fight. IMHO, you are not on "good ground" and lack the resources, tactical & strategic advantages to win your case despite being on the side of the angels. It will be a battle of attrition. The 1000 pound gorilla almost always wins.....

Dennis references Jarndice at. al. & Dickens as a teaching point. Good reference but I'd say you may wish to consider the lessons of the Battle of the Greasy Grass or, maybe, Dien Bien Phu .....

Some days it is better to slink silently away and count one's blessings....

:popcorn:
Well spoken.

Or the short version: Is this the hill you want to die on?
 
I said "it says in my manual that this should be under warranty"
Service writer said "it's the WAY that it failed that tells us it's not under warranty"

Such BS from these MB dealers, sometimes.
No, it's not BS.

The purpose of a warranty is not to immunize the owner against all possible adverse experiences in vehicle ownership.

The purpose of a warranty is to give the manufacturer the opportunity to correct manufacturing defects within a specified period.

If a failure is not a manufacturing defect, then it's not a warrantable concern, regardless of the miles or months.
 

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