If you are talking about the radio code, no, there is no default code. Any dealer can supply you with the code, if you supply them with the radio serial #. You will however have to remove the radio to see the serial #. I would look everywhere for that code before going to that trouble. It is a 5 digit code.
I am looking at a 2008 Navigator from a local dealership and posed the same question to them... They said that they will take it out for me. You might ask the dealership that you purchased the vehicle from to do it for you. Since you purchased a $40,000 - $50,000 vehicle from them, odds are that they would do it at no charge. Good luck! I am looking at a 2008 Navigator from a local dealership and posed the same question to them... They said that they will take it out for me. You might ask the dealership that you purchased the vehicle from to do it for you. Since you purchased a $40,000 - $50,000 vehicle from them, odds are that they would do it at no charge. Good luck!
A person can get a replacement key from the dealership the vehicle was purchased from. A replacement key can also be purchased from a locksmith.
you can by contacting your dealership where you purchased the vehicle.
Bucket seats for cars can be purchased at automotive stores or the dealership where the car was purchased. Check at stores such as Canadian Tire or the dealership of the vehicle.
As long as you are in default of something you agreed to in the contract, YES.
Try warrantydirect.com for a used vehicle warranty. Also, try contacting the dealership you purchased the vehicle from to see who they recommend for extended warranties.
You actually do not have a set period of time to return a vehicle purchase. There is no law that requires a dealership to take a vehicle back once purchased unless the vehicle is faulty.
The lien is still valid, even though you purchased the vehicle through a dealership. The lienholder's name should be on the vehicle title, though. If you were not notified of the lien before buying the vehicle, see the dealership and ask for "rescission of contract"--this means the dealership will take back the vehicle and refund your money. If the dealership is unwilling or unable to do so, contact you state's attorney general.
Usually an extended warranty is purchased when you buy the vehicle. There are cases where you can check with the dealership where you purchased the vehicle and see if you can purchase an additional warranty for your car.
i purchased a new vehicle last night and have now discovered that i can't financially afford to keep it, but would like to trade down with the same dealership. what's the possibility of returning the vehicle in Illinois without suffering consequences?
No, the buyers remorse law does not apply to the purchase of a new or used vehicle.
The warranty on the vehicle depends on where the vehicle is purchased from. If it is purchased from the previous owner, they will likely not offer any warranty at all. If it is purchased from a used car dealership, the warranty would depend on the dealership's evaluation of the quality of the car after it's initial owner sold it.
The VW Passat TDI is a fuel-efficient sedan produced by Volkswagen. The vehicle can be purchased by going to a Volkswagen car dealership and talking to the salespeople working at the car dealership.
The dealership where you purchased the car usually has a service plan that covers repair maintenance. It is unusual to get a vehicle financed without a service plan built into the puchase of the vehicle.
Registration of the vehicle has nothing to do with the loan or financing of the vehicle. The only was to "default" is to not make the payments.
A used vehicle such as the 2000 Chevy Silverado can be purchased at any reputable used Chevy dealership. Alternatively, listings of this vehicle can also be found at AutoTrader or eBay.
You will have to read the warranty, but most new cars can be serviced at any dealership selling the same brand.
IF its warranty repairs, go to another dealer of the same brand. If not warranty, go anywhere you feel comfortable.
contact the dealership where the vehicle was purchased they will have record of the sale and warranty
Most hybrid vehicles can be purchased at a local car dealership. Many car manufacturers now have hybrid vehicle options so just make sure to ask the salesperson.
"If you purchase a used vehicle in Nevada and then no longer want the vehicle can you return it to the dealership and rescind the contract?"
Unless the dealership has a written exchange policy (where you can swap a recently purchased vehicle for another of equal value) you can not return the car and cancel the contract! I have sold cars in the state of Delaware for over u18 years. Hope this helps you
it depends on the car dealership and what is wrong with the vehicle
A Mitsubishi commercial vehicle may be purchased directly through a Mitsubishi dealership such as Brampton Mitsubishi. General purpose dealerships may also be used such as Action Auto Sales.
A) Drive to dealership. Select new vehicle. Trade your Astro for new vehicle. B) Push Astro off a cliff. Walk to dealership and get a new vehicle.