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Old 14-04-13, 07:38 PM   #1
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Default abs brakeing system fault

hi, can anyone help me please? i had a depollution system fault message come up on my 207cc 2007. peugeot put it onthere diagnostic machine and said i needed a new camshaft inlet sensor. then they tell me that if you have a new sensor its advisable to have new spark plugs and oil and filter change. in total costing me over 300. after they fixed it they took it on a test drive. when i go to collect it they tell me while they were test driving it the abs braking system fault came on. now they want to charge me over 400 for this fault. i have argued with them that the fault wasnt there when i took it in but now after theyve worked on it they are giving it back to me with a different fault, but they say its my bad luck. has anyone else had any of these faults and is it just my bad luck?
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