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What are your rights on a used vehicle bought from a private party and within the first day the injectors went out and now the transmission is out?

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2005-10-02 20:51:50
2005-10-02 20:51:50

As far as I know you have knoe rights you buy vehicales from private parties as is , you shoud have had the car inspected before commiting to a deal and buying .

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