A few weeks ago i purchased a 1995 SL500 from a motor trader. After i had had the car for a few days i noticed that it had a rather erratic idle. So i took the car to TM Motors in Molesey and they diagnosed that there were problems with the throttle actuator. I was a bit gutted because i had only had the car for a few days and had covered about 50 miles in it, and the dealer had been emphatic that the car was pristine with no faults. I decided to put it down to experience and to get the work done and pay the £750 odd pounds to sort it out. The car has now been in the garage for over a week and it has been found out that now the wiring loom needs to be replaced. This is going to cost another £900+ pounds. This will mean that i have had to fork out £1650 on a car that i have owned for a couple of weeks and was assured by the trader that it was a very good car. What are your opinions on this? Should i just put up and shut up, or should the dealer be helping out with this? ps I just want to add that TM Motors have been nothing less than great.