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Good to hear! Hopefully that resolved all of your codes.
I can confirm only one fuel pump. Definitely check you battery before assuming pump is bad.
Ok I am confused... how could your pads be NLA? The car isn’t that old... if this is really true there has to be a replacement part number.
Maybe with the current world events there is a shortage? They sure are putting a lot of new parts on for you. The parking brake function is performed by the rear brakes not a separate brake pad. So it makes sense they want to replace the pads.
I agree. Also I have been studying the fuel system. I am not 100% sure if there are two fuel pumps however there are two sections of fuel tanks so there is definitely 1 fuel pump and at least a fuel sending unit. The fuel pump has a control unit and you are not supposed to put a 12v tester on the pump you are supposed to control the fuel pump control unit to test the pump.
You would need a scanner that allows you to test the fuel pumps.
If I am reading that correctly one of your fuel pumps is pulling too much current... probably going bad. What is the voltage of your battery with the car off? Search on the internet to be sure those codes have accurate info from your scanner.
Sounds like they tried various most probable parts until it was resolved. So it just means you have extra new parts.
Sounds like they are making great progress!
Wow, sorry your experience should be much better.
Are they still working on it?
I have never had an issue with mine. Maybe a low battery? These 958s are generally very reliable. Like any German vehicle they require the plastic parts to be refreshed.
So they don’t know and don’t have any codes.. Well at least you definitely are not paying for shipping nor the repair. Keep the updates coming. This is interesting! Can’t wait for you to get your vehicle back.
Sounds like they will have to eat the cost.