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  1. Yep that's correct, car had been serviced 5 times prior to failure occurring using Skoda's servicing schedule. All carried out by Skoda mechanics. Cheers
  2. Skoda Superb Elegance 2009 registration purchased around May 2012 with 35000 miles on clock, failure occurred August 2014 at 143000 miles. Balancer shaft was worn on end, caused pump to fail which in turn took out the turbo almost instantaneously. Failure occurred whilst driving at speed on motorway. Thanks
  3. To cut a long story short there appear to be hundreds of examples online in various forums of VAG/Audi oil pump failures - balancer shaft smoothing on end causing pump to fail and any number of other engine issues as a result - and unfortunately I've had a similar experience. I'm simply wondering if anyone has taken out a court case/small claims against either VW/Audi/Skoda - depending on the model of car you had where you experienced a similar failure causing expensive to repair damage to engine etc as a result - and on what grounds. Also more to the point were you successful in your
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