I have a 5yr old Volkswagon Golf. The self-locking passenger door at the front can no longer be opened from the inside or outside! I bought the Golf at Barlow World at Mascot and that is where I have been having it serviced but I would rather not take this problem to them.
Can you please suggest where to go? Do I go to an auto-electrician? I live in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs.
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I have a 2012 Mazda3, which has only done 7700kms. Obviously I don't want to pay for the "big" services like the 10,000km/20,000km, etc., but Mazda insist that it's the distance driven OR the time that determines which service is due. How could it need major services when it has such low mileage?
Thanks for your help,
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