Doesn't that depend on what is wrong with the airbag and power-steering?
That's what Jonathan and mpbmpbmpb thought too. But one had a £3000 bill picked up and the other a £3000 bill and subsequently a new £6k engine also paid for by
But what the hey? Who am I to be telling people what they should or should not do? Sorryt folks, but I don't propose to get into a sparky/lag type argument.
I'm off to my bed to get rid of a haddock.
Neither do I want to get into an arguement, but I feel the advice in the first place could have been better worded.
The car is sold
therefore subsequent advice given is a lengthy waste of time for the guy. Muddied even further by the fact it was a private sale 13 months since purchase and sorry to repeat this - that the car has now been sold/traded in
Does anybody honestly think he has the time to go through this process and get a result?
How for instance would he prove the airbag was possibly faulty? Who will give this evidence on a car that has been sold/traded in, no longer in his possesion?
A lost cause I fear and an unfortunate expensive experience for the chap.