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I drive the car as any person would normally drive their car. When the cars revs get to a certain point where fuel consumption is high it tells me to change to a lower gear. which i do. which means lower revs. but if i continue to drive with low revs the diesel filter clogs and i get a warning light and then the more time passes, it creates a back clog, then the turbo seized. costing me £400 to fix. its an endless circle. The things that started to happen at the start last time is happening again. how is that fit for pupose if eventually the turbo will probably keep seizing. the car is breaking itself. am i meant to keep paying for it?
As previously stated I havent received a reply from them. I understand thats just how diesels can be but not once was I informed of this. Surely thats what the car dealership is meant to advise for customers, things like suitability for the driver.I dont know if your understanding my question. Im basically asking if the same thing keeps happening, do I have a chance to get out of my finance deal? Surely if the same thing keeps breaking on anything not just a car, when its used in normal everyday circumstances then its considered a fault?
Its not bad news thats the information I was looking for.
Although i cant understand how a car is fit for purpose if the turbo keeps seizing costing £1000 a go fix. With symptoms less than two months apart. Ive never heard of that before. I know a few people with diesel engines who have not had these problems.