Your dealer should be replacing the defective strut with a new one. That new one should be covered under the current warranty on your car.GhostRider said:For those that have had this problem. Has the dealer just replaced the faulty part with the same faulty part or are they fixing it so it won't occur again ? Are they just going to cover the problem for the term of the warranty (3 years right? ) and then you are on your own ?
It will be replaced with the same part number strut. New and improved? Unless there was a recall for a massive amount of defective stuts like the rears were, there won't be "improved" ones. Not all parts are defective. Could be the seals were not installed correctly, or they had a slice in it somewhere, or other factors that contributed to the leak. Kind of like getting a bad starter, just because one is bad does not mean they are all bad.GhostRider said:But is the new one improved or is it the same one that seems to have a defect. If it's the same one then they'll just keep replacing them until the warranty funs out.