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Is the written warranty still in effect?
Was the repair this time not covered by the written warranty?
Or is it covered but they are refusing to pay for it?
Did you have to pay to get the vehicle back this time?
What was their explanation about why it wasn't a covered repair?
Ok, if this was supposed to be a covered repair under warranty, and they won't pay for it, then your recourse is to sue them in small claims court for breach of contract for a refund of anything that you had to pay. It sounds like it is a starter or alternator problem and they don't want to pay to have it replaced..
If you filed suit against them, they will likely quickly settle with you rather than having to go to court to lose..