Sorry to hear about your experience Bernard, this is one thing that is playing deeply in my mind - is it going to be constantly one thing after the other until I have had enough and get rid of it, should I cut my losses now and get rid of it??
At this point in time ALL issues are related to the Quadra-Lift and can understand that one issue can not be detected until the other is fixed
Eg With a damaged wiring harness and blown fuses the Quadra-lift wont work
and the fact that there is no Nitrogen in the system probably wont be detected!
They fixed the harness and the fuses and discovered the lack of Nitrogen, filled the system with Nitrogen and then discovered what seems like a faulty pump which could not be detected until the system was actually operating!
The thing that really gets up my nose other that the blatant lies and no care no responsibility attitude of John Hughes is that if I bought ANYTHING ELSE in the world - if it did not work, I would have it replaced or receive a refund!
But in the car industry, they have ALL your money and there is NO chance of refunds or exchanges and NO incentive for them to look after you in any way after the sale has been made and the money is in there pocket!
Can understand that the cars lose value as soon as they are driven off the lot, but I cant understand why there is not a percentage of funds that are held in trust for a set period of time as is done in the construction industry.
After the period is up and there are no issues the money is passed over, if there are issues then the money stays in the hands of the trust or refunded to the customer giving the manufacture more incentive to produce quality