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  1. Hi guys my car been to Vauxhall dealer for diagnose as my car corsa 1.3 cdti 2007 misfiring on low revs. Vauxhall kept the car for three days and finally they told me that number 3 fuel injector is misfiring and no other fault reported. Got the car back on 28/04/2015 and today 3-/04/2015 my timing chain snapped while driving the recovery guy confirmed that timing chain gone and it damaged all cams etc. Can anybody confirm what are my right and what can i claim like repairs or money back. I paid £75 for diagnose and they could not find out if my timing chain is going. Thank you
  2. Hi, I'm new here and wanted to see if there was anything I can do about my current situation. I took my 2006 Mustang to a garage for electrical issues...lights, taillights, signal etc. Shop said I needed a new 'smart junction box' at a cost of $400. Once they got the box, I was told I'd have to take it to a Ford dealership to have it installed and reprogramed, at another cost of $200. I did this, but it turns out this didn't fix anything and Ford said that the junction box wasn't my problem, it was a wiring harness in the engine bay causing the electrical issues, which now is going to cost another $700. The original shop said sorry there is nothing they can do as the junction box is non-returnable being an electrical item. Is there anything I can do regarding my misdiagnosis from the first shop? Thank you.
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