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  ChibiChibi_fml  |  27

True but if this is in the states and if the car was purchased from a dealer and sold with any kind of warranty and wasn't expressly sold "As Is" or with all of the flaws disclosed, it may still be on the dealer to fix things. There are a few federal laws that are set up to help protect people in situations like this. So it is still worth looking into. Also depending on the state they may have recourse because 6 states do have used-car lemon laws on the books to protect people from being sold a lemon.