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2004 kia spectra power steering belt broke at 57000 miles should this be covered in the 60000 mile warranty

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Hi definatley providing you have kept up with the terms provided example if they state that it needs a service at a particular time you took it in etc they have to abide buy there warrenty yates210456

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