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IF the lender wont get it fixed asap. call a local attorney.

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Q: If you paid the remaining balance and recovered your vehicle but the repo man busted the steering column can you get the lender to cover the repair?
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You co-sign for a vehicle are you liable to pay the remaining balance of that vehicle if it was auction by the lien holder?

You are jointly liable with your other co-signer. The finace company can, and will, come after both of you.


How can you tell whether the front wheels are out of balance?

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Is a creditor allowed to continue calling debtor after a vehicle has been repossessed but not sold?

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