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Peugeot 2nd hand car with problem, refuse to fix

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Hi there,

 

I bought a 2nd hand car in Robins & Day in Hanwell. It is a Peugeot 207 dated from 2007 and 30000miles, early June.

Within the first 2 weeks a bunch of issues came up, 3 small ones and 1 big one.

 

The procedure took over 2 months and I was told:

-The 1 year warranty doesn't work because the warranty people say that the problem was there when I bought the car

-The sales department refuse to pay because the problem wasn't there when i bought the car.

 

I paid this car £6000 and I did not cause those problems. Why should I be paying for it?

 

The funny thing is, the warranty accepted to cover 1 of the small problems, the sale department 2 of the small one and of course no one want to pay for the big one.

 

And the 3 small problems have only been fixed yesterday. Meaning it took 3 months for them to do something.

 

Now I want to fight the fact that they refuse to fix the biggest problem, which, I am sure, the more I use the car, affects the rest of the car and will cause other parts to fail soon.

 

Any suggestion?

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Something to do with the air conditioning.

Everytime it's on it's making a terrible noise, and the noise gets even worse when pressing the accelerator.

At first it was only when the A/C was on but the more I used the car, the more the noise started to happen even if A/C off.

Wen it's off, it's not as bad but still shouldn't be there.

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