I recently purchased a 2013 Prius from a small dealership that came with a 3-month, 3,000 mile powertrain warranty (according to their website this includes the engine, seals and gaskets, transmission, & differential). After taking possession I immediately took it to my local Toyota dealership for an inspection. There, they informed me that the timing cover had a small oil leak (in the quote it's listed as a "reseal" see attachment), and they recommended eventually getting it replaced. The service tech I worked with called the dealership to see if it was covered under the warranty. So my question is to anyone familiar with warranties and such, should a timing cover be included in this warranty? If so, what should I do to get the dealership to pay for the repair? And if it not, can you help me understand why? Bonus question: what could happen to my car if I don't fix this leak soon?