MBUSA told me to work it out with the dealer, were very indignant and actually suggested that I should Lemon Law the car as well. The dealer said are going to "try to goodwill warranty the rack". This outta to be interesting. I hope they don't, gives me reason to buy another BMW! After further consideration of the lemon law comments I can only deduce that MBUSA will stick me on the value of the car if I want to walk away but will probably give me generous incentives to buy a new model to move inventory. Oh yeah, when working on the seats or removing the seats of all newer BMWs, don't turn on the igntion or bring your key near the car. I was replacing a cracked piece of seat trim and had to remove the seat. After I had disconnected everything but the power to the seat motors, I turned on the ignition to run the seat back to access to the rear bolts securing the seat to the body. After the new piece of trim was installed, the seat properly mounted in the vehicle and all of the sensors and various electronic devices plugged in, "Passenger Air Bag Fault" message appeared on the I-Drive screen. I immediately new that by turning on the ignition while the seat was unplugged I caused the fault. Doh! After dropping $135 to clear the code, my quick 20 minute, $10 repair had escalated to $145 and 2 hours at the dealer! Words of wisdom from my dealer, "don't put your key in the ignition or bring your key near the car next time"! Other comment was, "BMW would have replaced under warranty". I guess I am just too honest, I broke it, there was no manufacturing defect, so I fixed it!