I'm still in limbo about my car. I just picked it up from the car shop and they still can't figure out what's wrong with my car since they had it for a week and the anti theft system never shut the car down. I have only had it out of the shoo for 2 hours and the security light came on which means it will eventually shut down. The car dealership manager called me yesterday after u emailed him and was hateful when I told him I talked to an attorney and want to bring the car back.he will take the car back but us only willing to trade it for an Eben older car which us a 2003 VW bug which I hate and told him no. He got ticked and said there were no other cars in my price range and that I would have to wait until he goes to another car auction to buy a cheaper car. I drive by his car lit last night and there has to be something in that car lit under $10,000. He pads his car prices so much. I paid double if what I should have paid which us my fault for beingsycjered in. My credit us bad and my other car us about to due that I rushed into it which I knew better and also paying 21% interest. He lied to me about the price too but I was the idiot that signed the contract. He prayed on my desperation to get another car and has been a jerk about this entire meds with the car. I have only driven it half the time I have owned it because it's been in the shop for 10 days out of 30 days and sitting several other days when it wouldn't start.
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