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I'm sorry to say that you're confusing the seller with the bank. The seller sold you a lemon, not the bank. The bank merely loaned you money that you requested so that you could buy that lemon. Accordingly, if you have any recourse against anybody for selling you the lemon, it's the seller. Unfortunately, the bank is still owed the remaining balance on the loan since it's not at all responsible for whether or not the car was a dud.
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