"AS IS" means exactly that. You agreed to accept the car with absolutely no guarantees or recourse.NewThe first answer is right. But, if the dealer hide or not disclosed to you what's wrong with the car, you may try the "Small Claims Court." But then again you must prove to the Judge your case. It's a 50/50 chance.
I would give the selling dealer the opportunity to repair the vehicle before doing anything else. They just might do it under warranty. Does no hurt to ask.
Yes but it would be worth less money than before because of the damage. If you are asking can you return it for a refund, the answer is NO if you bought it "As Is". If it has a warranty then the dealer will repair it. Talk to the selling dealer.
Go to a small engine dealer or repair shop .
Look at your states Lemon Law regarding cars.You should be suing them!!!!! you don't need an attorney in alot states, represent yourself.Get some repair estimates on fixing the car, repair it if you can and sue the dealer.
I recommend you to go into your nearest Ford Dealer or repair shop. They can help you on anything you want.
It is still under warranty. Take it back to the dealer for repair.It is still under warranty. Take it back to the dealer for repair.
In the UK, if the vehicle is not fit for the road, the dealer can be fined and even have his licence to trade withdrawn. In most cases the dealer, if he was unaware of the defect, will repair it. However there may be clauses in the contract specifying what he is liable for. So it is a case of caveat emptor.
You surely cannot expect to get an answer? Repair WHAT on the engine? What is wrong with it?You surely cannot expect to get an answer? Repair WHAT on the engine? What is wrong with it?
Check engine light. It means there is a problem with the emissions system. Take it to the dealer for repair.
This vehicle should still be under warranty. Have it towed to the dealer for repair.
The only way to become trained in phone repair is to be hired by a phone repair dealer. The best way to go about this is to contact the dealer you want to be employed by and then apply for the job.
Its an 07! take it to the dealer for warranty repair
It is not recommended that you replace the wheel bearings on your Hyundai Accent by yourself. Rather you should take the vehicle to a repair shop or to the dealer where you bought the vehicle for servicing.
Try a "Chilton Repair Manual " you can find one at your local library. Or you can buy a diagram from a dealer.
No, from talking to repair shops and a dealer about my own Saturn Ion-2, I have learned that it does in fact use an interference design.
A car dealer sells vehicles. He may also take used vehicles in on trade on the vehicles he is selling. He might also have a repair shop to repair vehicles.
No, you cannot get your money back unless the dealer agrees. If the dealer does not repair the car you may have a claim unless you bought the car "As Is". There is not buyer's remorse on the purchase of vehicles.
When messing with the wires of an engine it is important to have a diagram. The diagram can be found a the maintenance, or repair manuals bought at car part stores.
If I was you I would take my jeep into the jeep dealer ship you bought it from and get them to fix it. My motto: When buying a car you don't just pay for the car but for the service and help too.
depends whats wrong. i broke a toe adjustment tie rod, bought a new one from the dealer for $120 and put it in myself. had alignment preformed afterwords. repair shop said it was a $300 job
An Audi dealer garage.
What is it out of? What year? Answer that then find a repair manual and check it out. If that is the numbers from the front pass side of the engine go to a Chevy dealer and they can tell WHO WHAT WHEN WHERE. If it is the back # on the block Chevy might have put that #run in anything. I had a 79 z28 and the back # was the same # for 302 327 and 350 engine 2 bolt main form 1968 to 80 something cars and trucks.
If you bought the car "As Is" then you have no rights unless you can prove the seller knew the engine was about to fail. If he is a real friend he should agree to share the cost of repair with you 50/50 which would be fair if he did not know the engine had a problem. I hope you learned a lesson I learned years ago. Never ever buy or sell anything to a friend or family member. NEVER!
Buy a lawn mower engine repair manual at Border's or Barnes & Noble.
Engine mounts on a car are very difficult to repair and can cost thousands of dollars as the engine must be removed.