We have a 2012 Kia Soul that is part of the recent recall for engine gas temperature possibly causing damage to the catalytic converter and engine. I have been fighting with the dealership and Kia to replace the engine and catalytic converter because there is evidence that they were damaged. The dealership is saying Kia is offering to provide for replacement of the engine ($7200) but are asking us to pay for the labor (approximately $1500). Is there any legitimate reason we should have to pay for the labor or is the dealership or Kia just trying not to take as big of a hit on this?
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