This question appears to be outside your perview. It can be the case sometimes when dealing with obscure manufacturers.
I would like to terminate my question and have a full refund of the £21 fee please. I will place the problem with a registered Proton Dealer garage on Monday and see what happens. Thank you for your efforts on my behalf.
Having a message from Shantel didn't fill me with confidence!
If the issue can be sorted I am more than happy to continue.
The problem is still as described in the first e-mail. Any more information, and I am here.
The batteries have lasted between 12 and 18 months and die in the winter.
Yes, they are the correct size and amp for the model. One was a Protons own.
No, I have not had tests done recently because Milton Keynes is a wasteland for good auto-electricians and the last one told me that it was outside his sphere of influence. I did have a test carried out about 2 years ago and the auto-electrician told me the car was doing everything it was supposed to do.
No, I have not had a warning light ever.
No, I don't have a multimeter and I have a limited physical ability to carry out tests.
And yes, I suppose I am looking for advice in the main so I can monitor and understand what **** I am being fed here in Milton Keynes.
Suggestions will be more than welcome.
It would appear that I had a succession of duff batteries over the course of three years because I took the car to my mech in the village and he put a barrery on that works very well indeed. So all is now well. You were on the right track, so thanks very much. Good rating