I bought a used car on Feb 24th, 2017! The day I left the car lot, I went to put gas in the car and my gas tank had a huge leak and was pouring onto the ground when gas was pumped into the car! I called the dealership and they told me they would fix it but it would take a week! In the meantime I put new brakes and rotors on the car at my expense which were shot! The next day after I called about the gas tank and the main gas line, the car also shut off while at a red light! I called the dealership again and they came and said the air filter was clogged and change it! Not even 3 days later I took it back to the dealer to get my gas tank fixed which they put a new main gas line on the car! Coming back home the car starting having a screaming noise, and shut off again and the dealership had it towed back to their lot and have had it all weekend this weekend and said it's a sensory. I haven't even had this car one week and only drove it 3 days out of the 7 I've had it and just want my money back! It's a rebuilt title and I did buy a warranty for 90 days that the dealers offered me, but the warranty states that if the car had been altered in any way it's non valid. Please help!
You may want to contact a local lawyer for a free consultation, but it sounds like your rights going to be very limited. I would try the find a lawyer tab.
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