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I believe so. The gearbox made a specific noise, which I asked the 'expert' about. He knew exactly what the noise related to. A 'clutch' or 'Torque Converter' When the vehicle came back, I believe the filters and oil had been changed at the request of the garage but the real problem had been covered up. The car is making the same noise again and I have been advised that it should not be driven. The other problem related to the wheels, which has re-occurred and will fail an mot because of it and this is due very soon :(
I wanted to find out my legal position and rights before I get into an in depth discussion with them. I feel that they won't be very keen to put the issues right at their expense, as I think they are expensive repairs and I also feel that they tried to pull the wool over my eyes in the first place. It will be six months since I bought the vehicle, in a week or so time.
Not yet. I'm planning to email them after this conversation with you. I am fully expecting them to say, it's out of the three month warranty period so I have no comeback with them. Do I have any comeback? Can I insist that they complete the repairs at their expense? I understand that I can give the car back and get a full refund within six months. Is that correct?
Thankyou, that is all I needed to know. I am very happy to offer and for them to do the repairs as long as they are done properly. I don't want a refund as I love the car but I feel that they have sold me a vehicle that they suspected needed some work. Thankyou for your help.