I saw on the other forums that BMW has now issued an extended warranty on 2010 models within a certain build date. My car falls into the range, however since apparently it was initially a military purchased vehicle, apparently BMW has no service records or any existence of the car in their systems. I bought my E90 back in May of this year, had no idea about that. So I had to submit paperwork including the VIN for it to be recognized for any recalls or warranties, I was told that takes 10 days. So on to my question while I wait. People have been getting reimbursed dollar for dollar on out of pocket expenses if they had faulty injectors. What I want to know is.....has anybody truly had an experience with this and do they cover parts and labor if done at an Indy shop? Some folks were saying they bought injectors from ECS for $1500 and BMW sent them a check no questions asked as long as they showed proof of purchase and at times a diagnostic report from a shop assuring faulty injectors. Others were saying they would cover parts and labor from an Indy shop as it would typically be cheaper than what BMW NA would reimburse the dealer. However, there has been no consensus and the BMW rep couldn't tell me much about that. I'm asking because I'd prefer to take my car to an Indy. The dealer here recently allowed customers' cars to get stolen right from under their noses....so no thanks there, avoiding them at all costs.