Redress with Ford for turbo engine failure at 65,000l

Can we have redress with Ford after turbo failure at 65,000-miles for a 2007 C-Max? They have not told us why it has failed or given a sufficient explanation.

Asked on 6 July 2013 by johnhullcity

Answered by Honest John
No, because it's too easy for a driver to destroy a turbo and this one has already had a "reasonable" life.

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