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  1. I bought a Mercedes Vito van the advert said it was it in excellent condition and even mentioned things that the van didn't have like electric wing mirrors i bought the van after traveling 6 hours on the train to see it and 52 miles into my journey home the van went into limp mode i rang him he said to switch the engine on and off and it may reset i tried it didn't so i rang him back he said as long as the van is driving and there are no warning stop lights on i should get home in it. I did eventually get home 6.5 hours later at 45 -50 miles an hour he had reassured me that i could take it to a VAT registered garage for repair and it wouldn't be a problem. I have done this to find out at a cost of £145.00 for the diagnostics that the turbo is seized and the 4 glow plugs are also knackered i have said to LCH its going to cost just short of £1200.00 to repair as a gesture of goodwill on my part as i would prefer a brand new turbo and not a reconditioned one that i will go halves on the repair bill i couldn't be much more reasonable i don't think, and still they are messing me around they even asked me to drive a non road worthy van back to Todmorden from Wales i just want people to be very sure when buying a motor vehicle from here that they have a very good mechanic with them as the three month warranty they give with there vehicles don't seem to be very good.
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