My dad is currently having a problem with his Astra Mk5 1.4 Club. It refuses to start. It has been to the Vauxhall garage 6 times now to have this sorted out and its still under warranty.
The last time it went in they said the fuel pump had gone and they replaced it Wednesday 29th August. However the car refused to start again on Thursday 4th September and towed back to Vauxhall.
Today vauxhall have rang asking for £484 for replacing the fuel pump as it has gone faulty again due to so much water in the tank. "They have never seen so much water in a fuel tank before" as they said.
How can they say they is water in the tank when my dad didn't get chance to put fuel in since he got it back a week before. Isn't the fuel pump located in the fuel tank?
They have now said they haven't removed the fuel tank. So how did they replace the fuel pump before and how do they they there is water in there now?