My wife bought the CR-V 3 weeks ago and since the start of her ownership the car has gone into limp mode 4 times. On the first occasion I thought the throttle cable had snapped but on inspection it was fine. The car was idling but wouldn't rev, I checked the throttle position sensor and it was covered in grease. I cleaned it as best as I could disconnected the battery, reset it all and the car worked. We contacted the dealer and he said to inform the warranty company who advised us to get a quote for the repairs and send it to them. Which we did. On inspection the car was found to need a accelerator sensor which is attached to the throttle, a drop link has extreme excessive play and the front brake discs were warped. The quote was sent to the warranty company who responded that they would not cover any of the problems. My wife then contacted the warranty legal team to challenge the decision. They haven't responded yet. She then contacted the dealer to ask him to fix the car, he responded that the car passed its MOT so maybe we need to contact VOSA and its nothing to do with him as he isn't a repair garage. He is on holiday until the 27th and someone will contact us in 5 days. My wife needs her car as she is a sales rep and she is worried that the car is dangerous to drive as it could cut out at any point and cause a serious accident. What should we do next?