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Can you get your payoff of your car lowered if your car needs a new engine?

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2005-09-06 05:34:50
2005-09-06 05:34:50

NO!

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Talk to the lender about this.

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One way or another, the loan has to be paid off. If you trade the car in, you can get the payoff added to the amount financed on the new car.

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Not necessarily, however it is much easier and you stand less chance of damaging the car bodywork. You will need about 3 ft of clearance underneath the rear of the car to do so (which is easily achievable - even with a lowered car and bodykit).

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