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      12-03-2018, 10:30 PM   #45
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Ok thatís not good for the engine but still should not have done that to the bearings. Typically you should start the car and then drive without warming it up, just donít get on it until itís warmed up. I would hire a lawyer and approach BMW North America about this.
I'd like to understand more about why idling the car is not good. As a (relatively) new owner of a '13 model year with 36k miles, I want to be sure I adopt good habits. I'd be grateful for a reply via PM so we don't take the OP post off track.

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      12-08-2018, 01:06 PM   #46
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This situation is bad. First I would take it back to the seller and ask them the real story. Not sure if there is a 30day refund at auctions. Also, if you really like the car get it fixed without spending an enormous amount. Lastly, get your warranty back! I wouldnt want to spend a dime on a practically new car. No warranty i would return the car whats the point?
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