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The ABS warning light on my 2007 MINI Cooper recently lit up. I contacted Westerly Exeter, the supplying dealer, who gave advice and arranged for the car to be seen very promptly. When I went to pick up the car I was told the DSC control unit had failed. However I was delighted to be informed the cost would be covered under 100% MINI Goodwill even though the car was two months out of warranty. This gesture and prompt courteous service reinforces my brand loyalty to MINI. Well done Westerly.

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It's interesting that BMW/MINI uses a repair for this very common fault, rather then replacing the entire ABS/ESP module at enormous cost as required by VAG. VAG now seems to be increasing its goodwill contributions towards this repair.
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