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I wanted to see what kind of experience others have had in this regard. I had an air shock go out and the system throw the code and told me to keep it under 30 mph. I have a warranty and when I scheduled my service at the dealer, they told me I had to authorize them to charge me a $157 diagnostic fee. I also had a couple of other items that I wanted them to look at, parking sensors, satellite radio not showing up, etc. they told me that they would have to charge me the $157 diagnostic fee for each item. Is this your experience also?


2010 Range Rover HSE
Bournville Brown Metallic

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I have not been to the dealers in years but it is typical. The fee can be waived only if they do the repairs for the things found during diagnostic.
 
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