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02-24-2011 01:30 PM
Derek
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Originally Posted by JTMav View Post
My concern is the amount of parts available.
Honestly, I'd worry more about the amount of skilled mechanics. I don't know how many "technical" differences there are between the older models but it scares the crap out of me thinking that my car could be the "training dummy" of a mechanic...
02-24-2011 07:10 AM
JTMav
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Sucks... This is covered by the warranty, right?
Yeah, fully covered. My concern is the amount of parts available. They had to overnight the part, so it took 2 days instead of one. Not a big deal and the dealership I dealt with was very good about loaners and keeping me posted. Funny thing is the same thing happened in my '04 9-5 Aero. Nice having the car back.

JTMav
02-24-2011 05:56 AM
Derek Sucks... This is covered by the warranty, right?
02-23-2011 04:49 AM
JTMav
Bad temp sensor

After 9300 miles I have had my first problem. Sunday I got a check engine code and the temp gauge is inoperative. The display showed a fault that the AC would be turned off because of the high engine temp. Checked the engine and it was not running hot. Brought it in yesterday and they diagnosed a bad temp sensor. Part not in stock They said the would overnight it and have it today. Hope so.

JTMav

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