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What do you do if you bought a used car from a dealer with a 3 month warranty and now they will not make things right?

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2005-12-28 04:32:48
2005-12-28 04:32:48

A warranty should be in writing and be specific about what is covered. If you are having a problem with a covered item, the dealer is obligated to take care of it in compliance with the terms of the warranty. However, if the problem is with a non-covered item, the dealer is not obligated. Your only hope is that they are a reputable dealer and will take care of it as a matter of good will. If it is a covered item and they still refuse to take care of it, contact your local Attorney Generals office to find out what you can do next. Find out what car dealers don't want you to know at www.dealertricks.com try looking up the lemon law in your state just type in lemon law and your state in the search bar and it should bring it up

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