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This message appeared a week ago along with engine light. No observable change in the car's performance either on battery or gas engine. Took to dealer. Dealer reported "found dtc p0401 p030 p0403 p0597". They found 15 amp F3 Fuse blown. Replaced fuse and "found no short". Message is gone and light is out. Dealer charged $165 for service. This was first problem I've had with the car. Questions:
1. Anyone aware of similar issue?
2. Is repair charge excessive?
3. Shouldn't this have been covered by power-train warranty?
 

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1. Anyone aware of similar issue?
2. Is repair charge excessive?
3. Shouldn't this have been covered by power-train warranty?
No
Yes, but how long did it take to track down the blown fuse?
No

I suppose they could argue that you could have inspected all the fuses in the car and replaced it yourself. Still, begs the question, what caused the fuse to blow?
 
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