Dealer charges $1200 for the new assemblies (total)In this case, seems "subjective", i.e., the results may be different from different persons or different dealers who do the visual inspection. So, why not try other dealers ?
BTW, I was told that the total replacement cost estimated to be $2,500 if done at dealer's.
It's great news that you were reimbursed. Meanwhile, I continue to wait for replacement assemblies to arrive at my stealership. I called them last Saturday and still no telling when they would arrive. They did say they have replaced them on a couple other Altimas.It is only what I asked for. That was the exact cost of the assemblies from carid.com. I installed them myself, so there was no charge for labor. They also don't pay for the bulbs. So, there was nothing else for them to reimburse me for.
How did they know how much to reimburse you , I have a claim number but was hoping Nissan would fix them but they said I passed there so called inspection??Received reimbursement check in todays mail (6/27/22)! Check in the amount of $584.90. That was for the purchase and installation of 2 OEM headlight assemblies for my 2013 Altima SL. I am the original owner. I got a great deal for new OEM assemblies from a Nissan dealership in Texas and had a local Michigan repair shop install them for $125! Anyways it was a nice surprise as I never received any notice that I would be awarded a settlement other than a confirmation number from my online filing claim. Happy Days!
I submitted electronic copies of my invoices for the purchase of OEM headlight assemblies and the labor to install them. It was all part of the claim I filed online in support of the class action suit.How did they know how much to reimburse you , I have a claim number but was hoping Nissan would fix them but they said I passed there so called inspection??
My original vote was “yes” as I only saw that poll after I had received my check. It was a long wait but they covered 100% of costs I incurred. Of interest the new OEM headlight assemblies i purchased came with all new bulbs that had to be installed. I found this deal be using the internet to price the specific part number I needed. Surprisingly, part prices varied significantly by dealership. Some had special sales. Some included headlights and some did not. Called dealership and purchased over the phone. Received parts within a week. Invoice included a $25 shipping charge which I subsequently got reimbursed for.Another Nissan miracle! Congrats Lini. If you or kdstew3 had originally voted as approved but waiting, would you mind changing your vote to yes? Are you able to? Have you already done so?
More than two months pal. On July 12, it will be three months I've been waiting.I finally had a day off from work and I took my 2015 Altima to Ted Russell Nissan here in Knoxville TN today. I told them I had a claim in the class action headlight lawsuit and that I wanted them to order new headlight buckets. I gave them my claim number. The service manager turned on my lights, looked at them and agreed that they are very dim, that was all there was to the test. It took him maybe 30 seconds. I was told that supply chain issues still might make it take as long as two months to get the parts. But I have beat the deadline of September 23rd for out-of-warranty free replacements.
Now, I wait.