Went into the local Holden dealer on monday and left the car with them stating that the car had an injector problem. I was told that they wouldn't be able to look at it till wednesday (the chick was rude as too). I asked about a loan car as I use my car for work everyday but she wasn't interested in what I had to say about that and said it wasn't their responsibility (she was only interested in telling me that I was had to pay a diagnostic fee if there was no fault). I left the car with them and walked straight out of the service department and rang customer care and explained the situation. Customer care were heaps more understanding and willing to help. They rang the dealer on my behalf and low and behold I got a call 2 hours later from the dealer saying that they had already looked at the car and yes I did indeed have an injector problem. They then said the car should be ready on wednesday afternoon if the parts were available. I got a call lunchtime tuesday saying that my car was ready!!! Picked it up this morning (wednesday) and all is back to normal. They replaced all the injectors no questions asked. I recommend ringing customer care and organising everything through them. Holden is obviously aware there is a major problem with the injectors in their cars and more than likely want to get the issue solved with minimal fuss.