I only had my car for two weeks I payed 6900 and the can is acting up I took the car back the vary next day because my key fog stop working when I left the check engine light came on they check the codes and told me they turned it off and to wait till it came back on and it did they took my car for almost two days and told me it was fixed it wasn't more and more things are going worms with it now they want to charge me to fix it they also did not ask me if I wanted exstend warranty please help me I ask them if they would just buy the car back they said no
If you look at the buyer's order that you signed when you purchased your vehicle, it will outline all of the agreements you made when you bought the car. Among those agreements are almost certainly language that you are buying the car "as is" without warranty. Unfortunately, this pretty much means that you are taking the car in the condition it was in at the time you purchased it. If you believe that the dealer lied to you about repairs or other facts about the car, you may be able to sue under the Unfair and Deceptive Trade Practices Act. Consult a lawyer for more information about this.
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When you buy a used car, the rule is "buyer beware." If you fail to get the car inspected by an independent mechanic before you bought it, shame on you. It is only in limited circumstances, such as the dealer line to you in response to a direct question about a specific condition of the car that you can undo used car purchase. In direct answer to your question, yes you can sue the dealer. At the end of the day comma even if you win you will find that you spent well in excess of $10,000 to recover the purchase price. This will not make you happy.
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Starts with a contract issue: what is it they said they were selling you and in what condition??? Begin there.
Used cars are as is. It was your duty to have it inspected by a mechanic, and even then, some parts just fail with time. There is likely noting to do here that is worth chasing with good money. Fix the car with that money instead of chasing legal fees that will likely go nowhere on an as is used car
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