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  1. If you want to really want to give the dealer something to think about, then start a website with your complaint. As soon the search results start showing the dealer name with a customer problems and car, they will think twice about being difficult. A one page website with photos, facts with links to YouTube, Twitter and Facebook should cost not more than £100 to set up.
  2. If you really believe you are right then stick to your guns. If the normal dialogue doesn't get you anywhere then make sure you keep the phone records, photos, video, etc. If you want to really want to give the dealer and Vauxhall something to think about, then start a website with your complaint. As soon the search results start showing the dealer name with a problems customer and car, they will think twice about being difficult. A one page website with photos, facts with links to YouTube, Twitter and Facebook should cost not more than £100 to set up. Also get hold of motorcodes, search it
  3. The first thing to do is to write to the dealer and send the letter to them via recorded delivery and keep the receipt. In the letter give them them an option to repair the car. If they refuse you can get repaired somewhere and keep the records, photos, video, etc. Then get of your local trading standards, small claims court, etc. If you want to really want to give the dealer something to think about, then start a website with your complaint. As soon the search results start showing the dealer name with a problems customer and car, they will think twice about being difficult. A one page websit
  4. I've used them before and its "no find no fee". The service is called findermonkey and you can search on Google as I can't include the link on this response. Good luck
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