Join Date: May 2007
Location: Pacific Northwest
Okay, I see your point. According to TSB, this is easy to check and easy to replace and not too costly. It makes sense to let all potential vehicle owners aware and I guess the recall notices are more effective at alerting owners than the TSB's.
As for those who say the dealer wont do anything, why not just quote them the TSB? I thought anyone that is already aware of a TSB can just go to a dealer and have them check the vehicle for the relevant TSB. I cant believe that a recall notice is needed for them to check the crank shaft sensor. But I guess I will find out tomorrow when I have the dealer deal with some other warranty items.
07 WK CRD Limited
Last edited by Tuco; 03-24-2008 at 08:53 PM.