If you accept the car "as is" that means you have looked at it and are satisfied and do not want any warrantee.
as is = buyer beware
If there is no warranty, you are. If you bought it with a warranty does it say it covers the transmission or complete drivetrain? Have you checked the transmission fluid level?
my son bought a 1996 cougar that felt like the transmition was slipping and we had the transmission flushed and it fixed it.
If you have a warranty, take it back to the dealership for repair. If you don't have a warranty, then you are responsible for all repairs.
If you bought it "as is" and with no warranty you are out of luck. You will be buying a new transmission.
You cannot return a vehicle. If you bought the used car "AS IS" with no warranty then you bought it as is, which means, exactly that, AS IS. If however you bought it with a warranty then the warranty may cover the repair.
Depends! If you bought the car "As Is", then you bought the car "As Is" and there is no warranty except an implied warranty of serviceability. The car ran for the first 100 miles so it was serviceable. If they told you either verbally or in writing that they guaranteed the car to be in good condition, you may have a case in small claims court. Did you have the car looked at by a trusted mechanic before buying? You may feel they knew the transmission was bad and they may have, but it is also possible they did not. A transmission can fail without warning. Also in some states, a used car dealer is required to give you a 30 day warranty in any case. Check with your state Attorney General.
I have boughten used car warranty before and went through state farm insurance company. The new car warranty should be in the package you get when you bought car that show you all warranty that is offered.
If you bought the car "as is," then no, you have no legal recourse. That's why you always have a mechanic check out a used car before you sign. If on the other hand you bought the car from a reputable dealer that offered a warranty, then you MIGHT be covered. It would have to be determined whether or not the transmission failed due to your negligence or not. Good luck with that.
Yes lynx grills have a warranty but the extent of the warranty may vary depending on where the grill is bought from.
Make sure the transmission is never (NEVER) overfilled! Bought one (HONDA Certified Used Car) with the extended warranty and all the service checks before getting out of the dealership. Seems the tech slightly overfilled the transmission when topping off the fluids and pressure built up in the transmission and cracked the case! Good Note!!--Honda took care of the cost of a new (remanufactured) transmission.
No, but if you bought them with a warranty you can get them repaired. If you bought them, "AS IS" then you are stuck.Added:Many states have a 500 mile, 10, or 30 day warranty rule on used cars. After that you are on your own unless the cars are under warranty.
Depends on the region where you bought it. Most of the time, it is one year warranty unless you bought the extension or got a month more from club nintendo
No. You only get the warranty oif you buy it at apple
The extended warranty for the mastercard offers an extended warranty for anything bought with the card that came with an original and maybe limited warranty in the first place.
Good for you, what's your question?
If you buy them from an official store you should get the standard 1 year Warranty included. Extra warranty can usually be bought.
it depends on how long ago you bought it and if you bought an extended warrenty or not.
If the mattress came with a warranty then there should be a card you fill out. Some stores will automatically sign you up for the mfg warranty.
If you bought the car and it came with a warranty, written or verbal, then take it back for repair. If you bought the car, "AS IS", then you bought the car as is, meaning no warranty whatsoever. You bought it, you own it, and you will have to pay to get it repaired. As is means exactly that. AS IS! Some used car dealers in some states are required to give a 30 day warranty on all the used vehicles they sell. Individuals are not required to give any warranty.
You can find information on your automobile warranty by contacting the dealership where you bought your vehicle. New vehicles tend to come with a warranty, but not all used cars still have a warranty, or may have a limited warranty. You can also buy extended warranties from many sources including the manufacturer of the vehicle.
Having an extended warranty is a great idea. You can indeed purchase an aftermarket warranty for your SUV.
The average warranty of a Sanyo LED TV would be about 2-5 years depending on the size and where you bought it. We have one that has a 3 year warranty.
better not wait too long you will run out of time and that is probably what they are counting on take steps to protect yourself
If the warranty that come with your car isn't satisfactory you can purchase n extended warranty. An extended car warranty is bought usually from an insurance company. There re some companies that specialize in these types of warranties.
No. Once you bought it no refunds, no cancellations