i see you're from the sf bay area. i've had pretty good luck with concord bmw service (not sales). not cheap (if it's non-warranty) but they try to get stuff fixed.EMPEROR said:does the dealer do anything right? who can you trust to work on your car and for advise when you can't trust your own dealership? pothatic.
EMPEROR said:does the dealer do anything right? who can you trust to work on your car and for advise when you can't trust your own dealership? pothatic.
Kensan,kensan said:Sadly to say, my dealer is the only one that DOES get things right the first time. My car always comes back nice and tight. However I pay probably twice to three times I would if I went to an indie mechanic, and they still don't get it right. I pay for piece of mind, but I do pay.
But as with certain dealers, ymmv as far as quality of service.
Thanks for reply.....they know I am meticulous owner and I would discovered the problem eventually......I also I asked another tech that I know at the dealer the next day and he told me it was done the day I had it done......no balz in Maryland though....everything is nice nice in the state that can't make up its mind whether they are in the North or the South...... :biggrin:RennSportSC'dKellenersM5 said:Andrew
THEY LIE THEY LIE THEY LIE...
the reason they are picking up the cost of your oil pan and your drain plug and gaskets is because the Master Tech did strip it..same thing happened to my car when they replaced the conrod bearings. Tech and SA had enough balz though to tell me what happened. Had to order a new oil pan and all that, they next morning air mailed it (probably cost them 100 just in shipping). Thats the good thing about being a pain in the azz to the SA's and the techs, they know that they cant pull anything past you.