You can call your insurance carrier and see if its covered under the policy, if so, they might try to recover the costs from the dealer after indemnifying you. Note, you may have to contribute a deductible. You can also try to recover the cost of repair from the dealer. Since the dealer is denying liability you may have to pursue legal action. A number of legal principles may be helpful (i.e. breach of warranty, breach of contract, misrepresentation). Another alternative is to seek recession of the purchase from the dealer (i.e. return the vehicle as a non-conforming good). Finally, you might be able to seek assistance with the attorney general’s consumer affairs office.
Stew Crawford, Jr., Esq.
Crawford Law Firm
A Full Service Law Firm Serving Individuals and Families in Pennsylvania and New Jersey
223 North Monroe St.
Media, PA 19063 (Philadelphia Area)
He's going to dislike you for bugging him and you will dislike him for poor customer service. With a little luck hopefully, this will be the ONLY thing that ever goes wrong with this car...
Argue, complain, get repair estimate and file in your local small claims court if you have to.
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