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#106 jeebowhite

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Posted 12 April 2015 - 08:51 AM

well iv took the car back to them a day early and told them what needs doing and told them that they shouldn't of sold the car while it needs break pads on the rear , the bearing needs looking at , the tracking needs sorting and the belt squeaks like mad , so now its a waiting game for them to sort it , i wonder if there is any one i can contact regarding the sale of a pretty much a car not really fit for the road ?


Trading standards is the best bet. Also if they are an mot station then report them to vosa.

Just out of curiosity, would any1 on here know where I could get a wiring loom for a 2.5t?


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Best bet is to look at the likes of breakeryard. Com and get a used one as they are expensive new.

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#107 ianfolan1

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Posted 12 April 2015 - 11:23 AM

Well good news ....sort of ! the rear bearings are fine , they put new rear break pads on and done the tracking and the loud knocking noise was coming from the heat shield above the exhaust there was a bracket missing off it so when im going 60-70 mph it was flapping around , but hey wont refurbish the alloys as they they knocked a 100 off the original price, never mind at least now i have piece of mind when i have my kids in the car :D  




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