Right to repair - we WIN!!

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bmaverick

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HUGE NEWS

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workinonit

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It reality what does it mean? Do they have to make the diagnostic software available?
 
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bmaverick

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It reality what does it mean? Do they have to make the diagnostic software available?

We won, but the next up hill battle is the ability to FLOOD the FTC with complaints like no tomorrow, this way, per the report, they will then investigate to see IF there is a Hardship-Event.

Read the article. More questions now than ever before.
 
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sunandsand

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What I'm reading is they have to make parts available as well as diagnostic software and manuals. If they don't they are looking at violations of the Sherman Anti-Trust act (and worse).

Obviously, this is a developing story, but it threatens to be verrrry interesting ;-)

Best Regards,

Mike/Florida
 
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Thomas

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Hmmm...wait and see after the ink dries.
 
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RickB

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What I'm reading is they have to make parts available as well as diagnostic software and manuals. If they don't they are looking at violations of the Sherman Anti-Trust act (and worse).

Obviously, this is a developing story, but it threatens to be verrrry interesting ;-)

Best Regards,

Mike/Florida
"Available" can be a broad term.
 
 
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