It sounds like the dealer really took advantage of you here. I think that your next step should be to contact an experienced consumer law attorney in Pennsylvania. You can find one here: www.USLemonLawyers.com. Most consumer law attorneys will review your case for a low or no cost fee and make the dealer pay your attorney fees.
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Contact a lemon law / consumer fraud attorney for a free consultation. Keep all of your documents in order to provide them to the attorney for the evaluation and evidence for the potential lawsuit. A consumer attorney will be able to handle your case free of charge at no cost to you.
Keep a handwritten journal of any statements the dealership makes to during the course of repair visits in addition to keeping the repair orders.