well i say at it again,even though this is my first experience of some rather questionable service standards. I took my T to a local Renualt dealer for pure convenience on my part i must add, just to finish off the last parts of a service. on returning to pick up the T and with paperwork and report handed to me, im informed "no sign of the cambelt being replaced". interesting i said.i think you will find i had the cambelt replaced. "well we couldnt see any sign of a replacement" he replied. lets have a look at the maintenance service book that i provided you with and you had for 2hours. "there we go look" i said as i pointed out to Freds stamp at BTM Permormance, it was just one turn of the page under the heading "accessories belt and pulleys" section. "ok" he said. i also pointed out that under service plan i took out you were supposed to "check" the cambelt. do you mean you cant tell the difference between a 5yr old belt and one that has covered 500 miles? uhm no reply to that. what i found more embarrassing was they had just been awarded or upgraded to sports specialist status! school boy errors me thinks, though i must point out the previous times i have used them i had no problems with them at all and found them very helpful indeed. the point of my post is that one of the reports on the fault test was a bi-mode air inlet solenoid valve and a upstream oxygen sensor circuit fault. are these anything to worry about? im not so sure they are but im probably wrong. i did take up the group buy re-map at RS tuning about 18mths ago so maybe thats the reason.