I needed a vehicle I spent weeks researching the vehicle fit all the check boxes and was in my price range test drive was great. Then I purchased it and now it needs a catalytic converter. The original warranty book says that the catalytic converter is under warranty for 8 years up to 130,000 miles this vehicle is 7 years old and under 100,000 miles. But how do I get the company to pay for the converter?
Your first step should be to call the dealer and see if they will make the repair for you. If you have the warranty, it should give you instructions on what you need to do to get the repair fixed. If they still will not do it, they should provide you a reason and then you may have a basis to push back against them. However, it sounds like you need to make some phone calls first before considering litigation.
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