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Thread: Headlight covered under warranty?

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    Default Headlight covered under warranty?

    Recently purchased a car, with 3 months free warranty. However, this week the drivers headlight has gone, bulb and fuse has been changed. If there is an electrical or wiring fault with it, is this covered under the warranty?
    Make Vauxhall
    Model Corsa SXi
    Engine Size 1.2
    Year 2002

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    That depends on what the warrenty covers how ever it is posible for a headlight bulb to blow and cause the fuse to blow so i wouldnt worry to much at the moment


    Miss breakdown

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miss Breakdown View Post
    That depends on what the warrenty covers how ever it is posible for a headlight bulb to blow and cause the fuse to blow so i wouldnt worry to much at the moment


    Miss breakdown
    That I understand, that's why I've changed both the fuse and the bulb and still the light will not come on and cannot see any other issue with the headlight.

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    If you bought the car from a dealer, they have to correct any faults for 6 months. Ignor the warrenty...

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    Thanks. I will contact the dealer and see what they suggest!

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    Don't let them suggest, the law is on your side. Contact Consumer Direct (Google it) their site will show you your rights.

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