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#16 Gham05

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Posted 25 January 2013 - 08:44 PM

All sorted lads, £4000 grands worth of damage, quoted by Ford, wishbones, track rod ends, suspension to be reaced and all the damaged body work

ON + OFF CHASSIS JIG
R + R FRONT BUMPER
INCLUDES: R + R HEADLAMPS
REPLACE FRONT BUMPER BAR
(WITH BUMPER BAR REMOVED)
R + R LOWER RADIATOR AIR DEFLECTOR
ADJUST HEADLAMPS
RENEW L/HEADLAMP (REMOVED)
RENEW L/WING
INCLUDES: WHEELHOUSE LINER R + R
NOT INCLUDED: SIDE WINDOW
A-PILLAR R + R (NOT NECESSARY)
BONNET EDGE SEALANT
REPLACE BONNET
INCLUDES: REMOVE/REFIT BONNET; FIT AND
SET CLEARANCES; REFIT PARTS
REMOVE/REFIT LH BONNET HINGE
(WITH BONNET REMOVED)
R + R WASH/WIPE BOTTLE
RENEW PARTIAL L/APRON
R + R L/F DOOR TRIM
R + R L/F DOOR HANDLE
R + R L/FRONT DOOR WINDOW SEAL

R + R L/OUTER MIRROR
R + R CENTRAL ELECTRIC
R + R LEFT FRONT WHEEL
DETACH + REFIT SUSPENSION PARTS
RENEW LEFT FRONT WHEEL
(WHEEL REMOVED)
INCLUDES: BALANCE AND RENEW VALVE
REPLACE LH PIVOT BEARING
(WITH PIVOT BEARING REMOVED)
R + R LEFT SPRING STRUT (WHEEL REMOVED)
INCLUDES: R + R PIVOT BEARING
REPLACE LH SUSPENSION STRUT
(WITH SUSPENSION STRUT REMOVED)
INCLUDES: REFIT PARTS
R + R L/F CONTROL ARM
DOES NOT INCLUDE: CHECK + ADJUST FRONT
AXLE ALIGNMENT
VEHICLE ALIGNMENT CPL
ADJUST FRONT TOE
REPAIR L/S-MEMBER/STAY PNL
REPAIR L/F DOOR
PULLING FRONT PANELS
MEASURE CHASSIS
BONNET NEW PART PAINTING
L/F WING NEW PART PAINTING
FRONT BUMPER NEW PART PAINT K1R
FRONT SKIRT NEW PART PAINT K1R
L/F DOOR REPAIR PAINTING <50%
LEFT A-PILLAR REPAIR PAINTING <50%
R/F WING SURFACE PAINT
L/S-MEMBER/STAY PNL SURFACE PAINT
HINGE BONNET
CLAMP MARKS DRESS
PREPARATION FOR PRE-PAINTING
FRONT BUMPER
FRONT SKIRT
BONNET
L/BONNET HINGE
LEFT HEADLAMP ASSY
L/F FOG LAMP
L/F FOGLAMP FRAME
L/F WING
L/WHEELHOUSE SHELL
LWR AIR GUIDE PANEL
L/F STAY PANEL REINF
L/F W-HOUSE FILLER
COWL PANEL COVER
WASHER CONTAINER
WASHER RESERVOIR CAP
L/F TRACK CONT ARM
L/STEERING KNUCKLE
L/F SHOCK ABSORBER
L/F WHEEL
L/F TYRE -
MODULE BOX HOUSING
MODULE BOX COVER
SUNDRY PARTS
Everything quoted

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#17 Stoney871

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Posted 25 January 2013 - 09:49 PM

My god what a list.
Thought mine was bad at £1500.

#18 b1g_dav3

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Posted 25 January 2013 - 09:56 PM

Never heard of insurance paying out that much for something like a Fiesta >_>

#19 Stoney871

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Posted 25 January 2013 - 10:03 PM

Must admit I'm surprised too.

#20 Mark M.K

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Posted 25 January 2013 - 10:13 PM

:o :o That's one big bill and list!

#21 Preee

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Posted 25 January 2013 - 11:35 PM

Is that 4000 , that the insurance have agreed to pay ? , wow big bill , i bet if you sourced the parts yourself it would be at least half that price.

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Posted 26 January 2013 - 12:04 AM

Did the insurance agree to pay this or is this just the repair bill?

#23 Gham05

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Posted 26 January 2013 - 02:05 PM

Thought exactly the same, pretty shocked to too be fair, would have cost much less if it was done independently. Yeah Ford assess the damage and decide whether it's economical to repair it in, and then authorise it themselves. And as far as i know, the insurance just pick up the bill at the end

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Posted 26 January 2013 - 08:30 PM

Thought exactly the same, pretty shocked to too be fair, would have cost much less if it was done independently. Yeah Ford assess the damage and decide whether it's economical to repair it in, and then authorise it themselves. And as far as i know, the insurance just pick up the bill at the end


Pretty much :) Authorised Repairers will do an Audatex report, auth if it's under 66% of total value of the car, invoice over a shell to the insurer and the claims support team will issue payment.


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