Faulty anti-splash valve on Renault Twingo

I own a 2009 Renault Twingo with 26,000 miles on the clock. A few weeks ago it developed a problem with the refuelling system and discovered it had a problem with the anti-splash valve. I took it to a garage, which fitted a new tank, with 70 per cent contribution from Renault UK, but the fault persist. What should I do?

Asked on 17 September 2013 by Peter Harding

Answered by Honest John
In that case you don't have to pay anything. The fault was not fixed so they have to give you your money back until they have actually fixed it.
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