Before 3 years He appeared fault indication injection, with 46,000 km. In August 2010 again notice check injection (81,570 km) but in this case has no force and it sounds fatal. Since August, only I get a Bosch repair workshop but can not find the problem. In Renault they fix it and only lasts a day fine. Three weeks in the ICU to recover. Further notice in January (85.000 km), Another in February (87,000 km) with 2,100 euros bill, back in April, May, July, September and finally this January. I have tried to keep the vehicle, but clearly it is not a reliable car and accident risk, there is no other choice but to leave Can you give me your opinion?
Response from our Technical Director Miguel Garcia Puente
Do not attend no guarantee after the time elapsed. Or rather, if you come to attend, because despite the more than 4,000 euros you say you have in bills, the vast majority of interventions have been made without cost and the relatively small amounts paid will surely require elements that have been found along the way, typical of the age of the car, wear, but not directly from ejection failure. This is logical, as always
often referred to "business courtesies" when a loyal customer, who has followed all maintenance on official duty, within the time limits specified by the manufacturer, is a series of unique and recalcitrant problems or any like yours. And they do have warranty repairs performed, although six months. Informs us AEA (European Automobile Associates) that regardless of the responsibility of manufacturers by the law of guarantees for 10 years they have no responsibility, not for the alleged failure of the vehicle but for damages that such failures may result in the event of an accident for this reason . But I would not expect this to occur, nor trust it.