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Steve

Bristol, UK

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Feb 23, 2012
 
Following a 35k service my Voyager is vibrating badly and is felt throughout the vehicle. Putting the lever into neutral helps a little but it still vibrates through the steering wheel. The main dealer is willing to investigate but wants to charge me 90 per hour to do so even though the problem did not exist prior to the service. Anybody else had similar problems or have any advice?
chris

UK

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May 11, 2012
 
had a similar problem at 50k - belt was loose atensioner had gone - cost 280 to replace bet and tensioner!

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