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Default Re: [Help] 2016 STI Stuttering After Maintenance

Originally Posted by VA STI View Post
WTF why would you have to pay to fix it if they broke it doing work? Did you check the clamps on the intercooler? Try resetting the ECU as well. Not boosting past 14 PSI doesn't indicate a block issue at all. None of this makes sense. This dealer seems to be rinsing you for money. I highly doubt the block is bad.
Uhh I wiggled some stuff when I had the car when it was cold. It seemed ok, I checked mostly around the intake though. I'll recheck when I get the car back tomorrow or this weekend, I've been out of town for a week so its been sitting at the dealership.

It is BS that they would charge me, but I would assume they'll just try to blame one of my mods for the cause and that the issue occurring directly after it was serviced was a 'coincidence'.

Originally Posted by b18c5rjdm View Post
I agree, this sounds suspect as hell. If you can't find it, find another place.
This is the very reason they are called "Stealerships".

Where do you live now?
Columbia, South Carolina. I am considering driving my car or most likely transporting it to MD or VA to a better shop.
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