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Hi all, Around 18 months ago I brought a used car from 'Bristol Street Motors' on finance. The car is a 62 plate Peugeot 208 currently at 43k miles and is currently financed for a total of 4 years. A few weeks ago I noticed a blowing noise coming from the car - so took it to a local garage to have it checked out they pointed out that the catalytic converter had split and after looking up the part it was around £800+ fitting. After doing a bit of research and found that most sites saying the earliest one of these should need replacing at is 10 years / 50,000 miles.
I put some £200 Alesis speakers into cash converters in Beeston Leeds last month. The speakers were obviously working perfectly when I put them in, as they get tested every time. When I got home with them I noticed that the volume was half way up, which was far far too high, I didn't think much of it, I turned the speaker down before plugging them in and playing something through them, at which point I noticed the left passive speaker was completely gone. I took the speakers straight back down there expecting the worst and they said they will test them, at this point it was sai
Hi, I failed my MOT on emissions. The Catalytic Converter was a bit rattly and both the garage and I thought this was probably the reason, so it was replaced. Sadly this did not fix the issue, so I tried other things... and more things... then the MOT lapsed so I was without a car, meaning on a couple of occasions I had to hire a car. After a couple of months, I ran out of ideas and took the car to a main dealer who poked and prodded, looked at all the work that had been performed and said the replacement Cat wasn't working. I spoke to the Cat manufacturer themselves, explaine
I am new to this site so forgive me if I make mistakes.... I have a 2008 vw Fox with only 20,000 on clock now (had approx 10,000 when bought in June 2009). The catalytic converter has broken (been on two diagnostic machines,vw and another reputable company) due to it being out of warranty VW say it is down to me as I did not use their service dept (it is too expensive for me), so I am not a loyal customer, although my last two vehicles have been bought at the VW, so surely I am loyal to the brand? can anyone please advise Thanks delahunty