I was told by ford in area im on list but have to wait longer,possibly august before more info is avail. its been a couple yrs and i feel its being pushed away in a file, Also told not to have a passenger in front,i can reach the airbag from drivers side so danger shifts to me. now i have my wife... Read more »
I have been spending SO MUCH on hotels versus enjoying my home. My kids have been sick and I just feel stuck in this far from what I call a home. Between rats, carpet beetles, flees, birds, and bird mites to say the least. I have reached out to EVERYONE involved in this purchasing process and all I... Read more »
I am taking Ford Motor to NJ Small Claims for paint being Defective on my car. Dec 04 Ford out out a Technical Services Bulletin advising their Service Depts. I purchased my car in 05 brand new and at that time knew nothing of any paint defects.
You can certainly add any legitimate claim to a lawsuit. However, even in Small Claims Court, you will find that Ford or the dealership will be represented by an attorney. You, therefore will be at a disadvantage. You MAY be able to find an attorney to represent you on a Flat fee basis, but not...Read more »
I purchased a 2001 Nissan Pathfinder 2 weeks ago, but now it's having problems. The car keeps bucking and after taking it to the mechanic I found out that it had a slew of issues : leaking radiator, broken oxygen sensors, overheating coils. I waived the dealers obligation to the vehicle and... Read more »
You need to retain counsel and have the attorney send the dealer a letter. The contract you signed will need to be reviewed by a retainer, but it is unlikely that a waiver of the Lemon law will be upheld by a Court. Good luck.
Initially there is a problem if you no longer have the car. Before the car was disposed of by you you had to give the manufacturer or the dealer a chance to look at the car to defend themselves in a lawsuit.
Also as a practical matter how do you prove a case now that the car AND ALL OF THE...Read more »
Yes they can since the bank was not a party to the lawsuit and your obligation to the bank is "mostly" independent of the conduct of the dealer. But there are some sets of facts where you could sue the bank based on the warrantied performance of the car. It is called the holder rule....Read more »
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