Thank you for your response.
If you can prove that the unit you purchased is defective, you needed to have raised this claim during the warranty period. The PA statute of limitations for product liability
is within 2 years of when the defect first materialized (presuming here it has been the same part breaking over and over). If it has just been various parts breaking during and after the warranty, I am afraid that product liability laws in PA would not offer you much help. You would have needed to have filed this during the 2 year period I am afraid.
As far as them making unauthorized repairs and charging for them, in order to be allowed to do so they would have to prove each part was necessary to be replaced as part of the clutch repair. If they cannot prove they were necessary, then you would have grounds to sue them for making unnecessary repairs without any authorization from the owner and seek to get a refund for those unnecessary repairs. You can bring that suit without an attorney in small claims court.
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