+1 - the older I get, the more I am coming to the conclusion that unless you can fix "it" yourself, you are almost better off not having "it" .... not so much an issue with washing machines and such, but with modern electronically complex cars, and the potential for the unexpected it most certainly is.... and, IMHO, its only going to get worseIt never ceases to amaze me how garages get away with misdiagnosing a fault and then charging the customer for the unnecessary work and parts having not resolved anything.
they diagnosed,they purchased the turbos ,they fitted turbos,they broke turbos,they pay simples
Just those two
What i mean is the first thing i do when i have a problem is to ask on here before i go anywhere near somebody that is going to take my cash but fortunately so far i have been able to fix it myself.
it would make me sick to think that i could part with thousands of pounds for somebody to tell me they don't know what's wrong with my car