Re: Fuel rail leak
Why do you htink there should be a recall? As far as I can tell this is
not a common problem. Do you feel that any failure on a 6+ year old
vechile should be the grounds for a recall? Did you performed the
recommended multi-point inspecition every 5000 miles? Did the line rust
from the inside out, or outside in? Are you in an area that has a lot
of salt on the roads? Any battery problems that might have casued the
fuel lie corrosion? Some failures are just random becasue of
enviromental or other factors beyond the control of the manufacturer.
Do you feel they are responsible for those? Did you consider buying the
$480 sounds like a lot to repair a fuel line. Can you provide a break
down of the charges? I assume you had to pay for a diagnosis ($75 -
$100), a new line ($30-$100), maybe a new regulator ($40), labor
($100), shop charges ($25), probably a fuel filter ($25), tax ($25). It
seems to be $320-$415 job to me. What was the extra $65+ for?