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What does the warranty cover? How soon did the problem manifest itself? Have you gotten an estimate for what it will cost to repair the problem?
You may have to take this case to court. Before you go to that extreme get the mechanic who checked it to give you the details on fixing the problem you mentioned in the post plus the other issues reflected by the sensor. With that information put together a letter to the dealer laying out the problems and the estimated cost of making the repairs if the dealer does not address them. I would make clear in the letter that unless your problem is addressed, you will file a complaint with the Attorney General office of consumer protection. Here is a link to their page. http://www.myfloridalegal.com/pages.nsf/Main/18A7753257FE439085256CC9004EC4F7
You should also state that you will file a complaint with the better business bureau. If those three items do not get you a quick resolution of the issues. You will have to file a case in the small claims court for the cost of the repairs you incurred.
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