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      11-17-2019, 03:05 AM   #2
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What they dont mention is that the parts may be covered if they break or fail individually or for a specific reason, otherwise they will not be covered.

Classic example, I bought extended warranty when I purchased a 2011 countryman S all4 6 years ago, within a few months I noticed one of the rear CV joint boots had split and the joint was about to fail, so I diligently called and requested information on where to take it, information on how to file a claim etc... only to be told that the CV boot itself is not covered, and since the CV joint itself will fail because the boot broke, it would not be covered, the CV joint would need to grenade itself in a perfect boot in ideal conditions for it to be covered, i laughed and cancelled the remainder of the extended warranty.