CPO expires March 23rd 2009. At times the driver side rear taillight will not operate (brake/taillight/blinker) because one of the connections in the connector/socket is burnt. I called up two BMW dealerships and I got conflicting opinions. One of them told me that the wires are covered but the connector isn't. The 2nd told me that the wires aren't covered but the connector is. These service advisors/managers are so clueless. I even asked one of them to come outside as it was only 20 steps from his desk but answers, "I couldn't even tell you what I would be looking at. You would need to make an appointment and have a tech look at it". I don't mind paying the deductible $50 plus tax for them to fix it, but not over $300 plus tax by them saying it isn't covered. I emailed Mike Miller this and he told me that I should have my CPO service contract handy and show the service manager that they should be covered. Only problem is that I don't have a service contract as I bought it used (not from a BMW dealer). To obtain the contract, I assume I have to call up BMW NA and have them either mail it to me or fax it over. Looking at realoem.com, the part I would need doesn't cost much. I am thinking that I should just buy the part and get it installed (some wire splicing would be required and I'm no master tech, very limited in mechanic skills if I have any ) as it would be cheaper than the $50 plus tax. Why are the service advisors/managers so clueless .