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post #1 of 3 Old 08-30-2012, 10:22 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone got the AA Parts and Garage cover?

Just curious, I've just taken it out because I've lost my rag with the TDCi. Today's "Little" problem was a cracked fuel return pipe, that dumped about 3 pints of fuel over the top of the engine. 70 in parts later it's working fine, but with the EGR being on the way out, and the starter motor being rather weak too I figured it was worth the 86 extra!

I figure 86 for the year, and 35 per claim seems reasonable. I can't seem uch else going wrong that's over 500 to fix!

Anyone experienced any issues? or even used it and found it to be pretty good? I was going to go warranty direct, but they seem to favor Halfrauds, and I wouldn't trust them to put air in my tyres.
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I have a Warranty direct policy. They told me that the choice of repairer was up to me as long as it didn't cost more than a main dealer! It cost me 525 for 25 months and is a screaming bargain when I consider the level of cover I have.
As they say, "Horses for Courses"

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Fair enough, the garage I normally use is AA approved, but they've stopped dealing with warranty direct!

i figure that anything over 500 is pretty much a scrap car anyway. they'll be paying put on the EGR when that goes (cleaning seems to have worked kind of), and the starter wasn't replaced when the DFM was done!
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