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    Skoda Superb 2017- ACC

    Hi. I own a 2017 Superb 2.0 TDI DSG estate. A few weeks after purchasing it the adaptive cruise control amber warning light came on the dashboard, and won't reset. The dealer said it requires re-calibrating which is not covered by warranty and costs £240. Has anyone experienced the same problem.

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    If you buy a car from a dealer he is legally responsible for any fault present or developing at the time of sale for a period of six months. This is written in law as your consumer rights. Go back to him a tell him and if he still refuses tell him you are going to seek legal advice or are going to take him through the small claims court. If you have a local Citizens Advice they will confirm this, you could also phone trading standards. Unless you bought "as seen" or privately he has no wriggle room for exclusions.
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    Hi sorry for the late reply I have only just noticed your response. I will email the dealer so I have trail of communication. Thanks for your advice. I will keep you updated.

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    I had to contact the dealer again and ask them for an update, a few days later Skoda contacted me and agreed to rectify the fault. All good. Thanks for your help.

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