For Jo C
no the work was to be carried out under warranty, so not required to pay.
the repair was turbo parts replacement due to a leak.
the turbo failed a year later and I had to pay for a new one. I was told there was a leak from the turbo which now cannot be stopped but according to my records this leak should have been repaired under warranty.,this is why I was looking for the paperwork to see what work was carried out under warranty back then.
yes work was carried out under warranty , they do not have any record.
but the warranty work involved a thirdparty to complete some work. I have checked with them, they did carry the work on that day and invoiced the dealership accordingly.
but dealership still maintains no booking exist for that date.
it would cost the same .
is each question being charged at 33 pounds ?
the cost for the turbo repair was nearly 3000 pounds.
anywhere else the parts would have cost the same as original parts had to be used.
the labour may be a bit cheaper.
but my issue is if they they can prove to me that the turbo was repaired under warranty , then its ok ,but the fact they have refused to do that means all the work carried out is questionable . the car was serviced and repaired by the dealer from new .
but under sales of goods act ,if vehicle is under 6 years and under manufacturer warranty, where manufacturer has failed to complete work.am I not entitled to a refund on the full price paid for the vehicle?
yes im only looking to claim about 3000 pounds back because that's what cost me to replace the turbo a year later. it will be difficult to prove that this was caused because of warranty work was not completed.
but just for not doing the work im sure this will be a reasonable price to claim back unders sales of goods act
so do I just need to file a claim in small claims court
or what do I need to do .
what will e the cost if you were to file a claim an my behalf