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- Mar 23, 2014
- Abbotsford, BC.
- 2003 TDI 2.0L ALH, auto, silver wagon, lowered, Colt stage 2 cam, ported head,205 injectors, 1756 turbo, Malone 2.0, 3" exhaust, 18" BBS RC GLI rims. 2004 blue GSW TDI, 5 speed, lowered, GLI BBS wheels painted black, Malone stage 2, Aerotur
Good advice but its also hard to argue with a filter full of metal particles. They could inspect the HPFP and say, if we find it ok, you pay for the inspection, if its galling or coming apart, we fix it.Customer done maintenance is problematic in situations like this. You should have stopped immediately and put everything back the way it was. Then take it to the dealer requesting a FF change and ask to see the filter and have them check for metal due to HPFP issues in the NHTSA investigation and extended warranty documents. If they find it, it is hard to refute. When you do, it is easier to just blow you off.