They don’t have to document repairs they won’t perform and you can’t make them. I’ve had various levels of success at other dealers. If your ultimate goal is a lemon law buyback, send a certified letter to the service manager stating your concerns (there are sample letters online) and maintain that for your records. Good luck.Anyone have issues with getting the dealership to document their fueling problem? My dealer was supposed to investigate this issue at my 5000mile check and instructed me to bring in my car on empty. Even though they kept my car overnight they ultimately refused to preform diagnostics or document the fueling problem since it's covered by that letter Toyota sent out. I see this as a way for Toyota to circumvent Virginias lemon law requirements of three documented trips to the dealership. My service advisor noted that my problem will probably get worse as time goes on and there is no timeline for the fix yet. Sure hope it doesn't get worse than the 7.5-10 gallons my tank takes from empty, depending on its mood and it does seem to be slowly getting worse.