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  1. I purchase a dash cam, December 2015 (7 months ago) Before fitting in the car I read all of the instruction to activate it, one of the last things I did was to put in the correct date and time, the camera works fine great picture no problem. However when I took out the SD card to have a look at the recording, I noticed that all the dates and times were the same after recording for 6 months, (which if I did have an accident could be a problem). It reverts to the settings put in by the manufactures, when the engine is turned off. I also noticed that the batte
  2. Greetings, Back in Feb 2014 I puchased a dash cam for £320. (Credit card) It has now failed with an intermittent but frequent power problem. I have contacted the seller but have been informed that they only offer a 12 month warranty. I have replied quoting SOGA. Do you think this has got legs or should I count my losses? I expect a point blank refusal to be assiseted so what to do next? Many thanks, Stevetheboy.
  3. Hiya, I'm new here, I've lurked before and friends have used the site a lot so thought I'd join up and ask about my recent misfortune. We have an 05 Corsa 1.2 SXi, it developed a misfire which subsequently snapped the exhaust camshaft. Apparently a common fault on the 2005 model only. link It's out of warranty, 5 years old, 50k miles, I bought it from an independant garage a year ago where it was serviced, I had an oil change done around February. I checked the oil on Thursday last week and it was OK so I'm guessing it's the loose cam cap bolts issue. The AA man dropped it off a
  4. Hi, as you can probably tell, I have no idea what I'm doing. I can't even figure out how to post! Here goes. Last week I recieved a letter from Vauxhall say my car had been recalled to check the cam shaft bolts. I made an appointment and took the car. They rang back a few hours later and told me they had found a problem with the starter motor. Total cost £201.16. Am I just being cynical or could they be making work (and money) for themselves? Would be interested to know if anyone else has taken their Vauxhall in on a re-call and ended up shelling out. Many thanks
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