Can a car be returned to dealership if within 4 days of purchase there is major problems with the engine Ohio?
Yes it can be returned. However, what will happen is the dealership will insist they have their technicians look over the engine and run a computer diagnostic check depending on what type of engine issues you are having and, Chances are, they will 'not find anything wrong with the engine.' In this case, you insist they look over the car again and keep bringing it back to the dealer. Once you keep records, under the lemon law, you can send in a complaint This could be a simple fix depending on what type of engine problems. A friend of mine had a brand new car and after having major issues with the engine, had it returned and exchanged for another car. Hope this helps
If you buy a car as is and the check engine light comes on after you buy the car but you take it to get it checked out and they said it has been cleared before is the dealership responsible?
If your question is about harm to the engine, and it is a gasoline (Petrol) engine, the answer is "none". If it is a diesel engine, and you put gasoline/petrol in it (like my wife did once) it will soon come to a stop. You will need to get a tow to a dealership and have the fuel tank emptied. It should not have any problems thereafter. If your question deals with harm to the…
This is important to understand: If the engine is of the same type as original and as long as the engine was not stolen any time in its life, there should be no problem. Be prepared to produce proof of legal purchase of the engine. If it is not of the same specification, in other words modified, it may be trouble depending on what the laws are where it is going But again selling and…
You just purchased a 2000 Toyota celica from a used car dealership now 6months you need a new engine Is the dealership to blame for this Should i bring the car back?
Why might the check engine light come on after you drive for a while but having the light be on seem to cause no other problems?
Reman or used engine. You can rebuild the lower end of the engine, but it seems like an engine that has cancer. That is, shortly after doing the lower end, the upper starts with problems. Just from what I have seen. Would appreciate any info anyone else has. The best bet is usually a used engine for cost effectivness and down time concerns. Not much rebuilding happening at the dealership level, even for warranty repairs.
Does the 1999 Ford Contour 4 cylinder 2.0 liter engine have an interference or non interference engine?
Yes, it may mean deeper engine problems. A faulty camshaft could be either the cause of further problems or a symptom of further problems. Or, best case scenario, no further problems at all. Realistically, only a hands-on, eyes-on mechanic is going to be able to tell you if there likely to be deeper problems in your engine.