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post #281 of 407 Old 10th April 2014, 06:48 AM
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I am looking at buying a 2006 M6 with 23k miles. What would a warranty run me? I know it is low miles but I would rather be safe than sorry. Or is it not necessary? thoughts? Thanks!
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post #282 of 407 Old 18th April 2014, 10:20 PM
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How can I find out what kind of wheels I had 2008 BMW m5 somebody stole the wheels last night of the vehicle

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I have a 2008 BMW wheels not original but they were from BMW who ever had the car before me upgrade the wheels from BMW and I'm doing a police report right now

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I just thought I'd throw out my first experience with USAA for warranty work. I had a throttle actuator die and USAA covered it without issue. The only part that sucked was they sent an adjuster out to look at the car before approving the repair, my guess is either because of the estimated price or because it was the first claim. That ended up taking a while and the shop didn't want to order the part until the repair was approved (it wasn't in stock at any of the local dealerships), so the whole thing ended up taking just under a week (dropped off on Friday, picked up Thursday). I'm happy they covered the repair with no problem though, it was a $1800 bill.
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USAA is very good. Every service I get for them appears to be top notch. From emailing and faxing insurance cards for my next car in only minutes to financing that car. For my M5 they offer their warranty, probably like you have, for what I think is a very reasonable price. When my current warranty ends soon I am seriously considering adding their warranty to my 2008 M5. The only downside is I need to continue with their full coverage auto insurance in order to have their mechanical warranty which I am most likely doing anyway.

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post #286 of 407 Old 9th May 2014, 06:03 PM
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I just thought I'd throw out my first experience with USAA for warranty work. I had a throttle actuator die and USAA covered it without issue. The only part that sucked was they sent an adjuster out to look at the car before approving the repair, my guess is either because of the estimated price or because it was the first claim. That ended up taking a while and the shop didn't want to order the part until the repair was approved (it wasn't in stock at any of the local dealerships), so the whole thing ended up taking just under a week (dropped off on Friday, picked up Thursday). I'm happy they covered the repair with no problem though, it was a $1800 bill.
That's what my warranty company Warrantech does, I think if the bill is over $1500. Inconvenient yes, but better than the alternative
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post #287 of 407 Old 7th July 2014, 11:45 PM
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Anybody have a toco warranty? I contacted them and they informed me they don't cover the smg pump but they do cover the smg. When I asked why they don't cover the pump he said because it is not in the transmission.
I thought I saw one post saying toco was a good warranty company.
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post #288 of 407 Old 7th July 2014, 11:46 PM
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I tried to contact Bruce and he responded but when I sent him my vin and everything I never heard back. I think the guy needs a dedicated 800 number lol.
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I have NAC and they've been a huge pain. I've had my m5 in for the idle air actuador four times, and NAC denies my claim every time because the car doesn't throw the codes when the adjuster stops by the dealership even though all of the codes are stores. Total horse sh#%.

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08 m5 72k

Hey guys I am looking at a 2008 M5 with 72k still under CPO bmw warranty until Aug of this year, Any thoughts on options? Also the VANOS has NOT been replaced yet??

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