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I am sorry to hear about this unfortunate situation.
Can you please tell me if this used vehicle was sold to you by the dealer in "as is" condition without any warranty?
This is hard to do on my cell I am here though
Yeah I am sure it was as is so I am screwed
Unfortunately, when a used vehicle is sold in "as is" condition, without any warranty, there would be no legal recourse against the dealer, unless the dealer some how had engaged in fraudulent or deceitful conduct related to the transaction or made material misrepresentations to the buyer about the used vehicle.
Does that make sense?
Yeah I no they had to clear the codes off the dash but I can't proove it
If you can prove such violation / fraud, then you might have a legal claim against this dealer.
But, I agree, it is difficult to prove in most cases.
Once again, I am very sorry to hear about this really unfortunate situation that you are in.,
Can you please let me know if you have any related follow up questions for me?
If I have a mechanic prove that lights should have been on but were not when I bought it by hooking it to a computer?
Well, you would have to actually prove that it was the dealer or its employees who intentionally disconnected them to deceive you.
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