Thank you for your patience as I reviewed the statutes;
so there is an exception to the as is issue;
if the vehicle has less than 150,000 miles and is not a rebranded or flooded title, then unless a specific known defect is signed off by the consumer, the transaction is subject to the implied warranty of merchantability, meaning it must be free of major defects for the first 500 miles or 15 days; the buyer must notify the dealer within 2 days of the defect/time period.
That statute is here:
Section 2L. This is the Consumer Fraud and Protection Act.
Here is a sample complaint letter
Often times the dealer will agree to either replace the defective part or void the contract when the relevant statute is cited.
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