I have a MacBook Pro. Purchased in the Fall of 2008. AppleCare has always covered everything but now they won't. My mac was having kernel panics. Turns out The ram is fried. But I am not sure why and dont believe it is due to liquid damage. When Apple found liquid damage when going in to replace ram they said it voided warranty etc. They now say it will cost $1200+ to repair in comparison to the original $150 cost AppleCare was going to cover for new ram and labor. All accident liquid was some time ago and there werent not really any impacts when it did occur. My Mac has been to apple for other repairs since and there wasnt any mention of liquid damage so I am kind of confused. All in all for that price I can purchase a new Mac. This will probably be what I do but I wanted to get some feedback. What is it actually going to take to deal with liquid damage and at what cost? Is it possible to just ask then to replace ram now and deal with liquid damage later? I ask that because it was functioning fine until a few weeks ago. I would rather fix my Mac at a more affordable price then pay the price they are asking or buy a new Mac. All feedback appreciated. Thanks!