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Yeah those darn stealership’s just trying to fleece you by reminding you to check your tire pressure. How dare they give out helpful reminders. All dealerships should be banned & all vehicles should come with no warranty so you can fix it yourself. That way no worries about getting fleeced right?
 

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Over/Underinflated tires prolonged use will wreck havoc on a vehicle's suspension for sure that I know.

What I hate is anytime I perform a repair (totally removed the front bumper and fixed a camera that was destroyed by road debris) to full completion the Rover seems to tell on me and I get a suspicious and unsolicited "High-Alert" email from my dealer asking if I've been in a collision and suggesting that I need to schedule an appointment with the service department. This has happened twice to me now and I know it's not a coincidence. YMMV...
 

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That’s so helpful of them to send you such a message. You should totally let them help you out by bringing in your Rover and let them do what they feel is needed. J.K.
 

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That’s so helpful of them to send you such a message. You should totally let them help you out by bringing in your Rover and let them do what they feel is needed. J.K.
Hahahaha! Their e-mail was darn insistent about my alleged collision that I was a bit taken aback... And I don't shock/scare so easily... The computer seems to report anytime something (wiring harnesses or relays) are disco'd/reconnected the first chance they get. I had to do the bumper removal and reinstall twice within a week to get everything correct. Both times upon completing I got the email within 2 hours of the last testdrive. Tattle-Tale software installed for sure. The only "Tattle-Tales" I like was a little well-known club located down-town Atlanta.
 
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