rodent damage

  1. Ross Paterson

    Chewed Cables

    Foxes have chewed the cables underneath my van for the second time. Assuming it was a bad oil sensor the first time, I took it for what I thought would be an obvious 'warranty' repair. It cost me £200 to have 6 cables (badly) spliced! Therewere around 20 cables this time, so I did it myself...
  2. Shaggy1969

    What The .............

    My T6 T32 is booked in to have and an oil pressure sensor error looked at this week so decided to have a bit of a look to see if anything was a miss. Van was parked in the evening in the exact space as the morning - error appeared just at starting up to head home for the day. Stop Start...
  3. A

    Sensor Wires Chewed - £1000 To Fix?

    hi folks, I’m new here but hoping you can help. Just took the van in for its first service, and it wasn’t good news... Garage noticed some chewed wires that are attached to the exhaust. These apparently link to two sensors, and will cost over £1000 to fix. They are saying they can’t replace the...
  4. P0L0

    Magicblack T6 Van From France

    Hi guys ! I can’t find better place to read and learn about T6 than here :laugh: In France, there is no such communities over a vehicule, excepté for classic Ines. Last year, I asked advices to lower my future T6 because I own an underground garage: And today, I can introduce you my T6...
  5. B

    Flashing Oil Light [Resolved: rodent damage to cable]

    Flashing oil sensor light has come on, message says: workshop. Just wondering how urgently it needs to be taken there. Van is ten months old.
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