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· Mini Design Philosopher
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If the dealer accepts there may be a problem and cannot confirm whether there is or not without the testing (and will pay to correct any problem) - they should pay for the full cost of the diagnostic testing regardless of the outcome. Otherwise this is unreasonable.

If however the dealer says you are liable for the cost of re-alignment where it is proven the alignment problem has occured from general wear or tear, or from a component which may have been affected through kerbing - then its fair enough for you to pay for the diagnostic testing and any repair.

It would seem however from your original post, the dealer is happy to pay to correct a problem if its found.
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