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Cars that are sold through private parties (not dealers) are assumed to be sold "as is". This means that there is no warranty in regard to the seller who sold the car. Unless you made false statements or specific promises in regard to the car, the buyer is responsible for repairs once they buy the car.
This means that you have no responsibilities n regard to the car as the seller. If she sues you she will be suing in small claims
court. You can represent yourself in small claims court. If she sues you you will receive a summons and complaint. File a written response to the complaint saying the car was sold as is. Go to the hearing and testify to that. You should be OKAY.
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