@Sabbath' i suspect the dealer is simply trying to say the fault is something for Holden to resolve. It’s against the ACL for the seller to send the purchaser to the manufacturer for a remedy. The seller must resolve the problem. Then the seller can recover its loss from the manufacturer via legal action if the manufacturer isn’t accomodating the seller. Seemingly silly and convoluted but it’s the law AND it’s wrong in law for the seller to say ‘nufin to do with us’ go to the manufacturer. Simply put the selling dealer needs to get off their arse and call their Holden contacts to arrange immediate authorisation for replacement using an updated steering rack (an available of the shelf part) rather than say wait to around mid year for Holden to get its ducks in a row. The seller has the responsibility to fix it so fix it they should. Ps: Yes, Fitzie may have been a little vague but that’s rather common on forums where short posts are the norm. And sometimes we can incorrectly read between the lines so clarify is always preferred by me but it is what it is. Hopefully we can focus on the issue rather than who said what and the issue can move forward. I’m curious to find out what the end result will be sooner rather than later.