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I think you have a reasonable claim to make that the 2nd repair itself was within the scope of the 90 days warranty for parts and labor.
realistically you would need to take the matter to small claims court and here's how it could play out
my assumption is that the $1100 includes additional labor cost (in addition to the first repair) you could reasonable claims that the labor cost portion should be covered by the first repair and have the court reduce the invoice. If the court does not agree at least ask for the $110 back since that repair turned out to be bad. Finally, independently confirm the cost of the front light module (you can check ebay, or a distributor). If the cost of the dealer is disproportionate ask the cost to reduce it. Or better yet have the dealer provide the dealer cost of the part and the ask the court to adjust the invoice to reflect the actual cost of the part without the dealer's profit (note to the court that otherwise it would not be fair for the dealer to profit from its incompetence)
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