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Q: What can I legally do about a lemon car?

I bought a 2017 Ford Edge Titanium from a car lot in Ardmore, Ok, on June 6, 2023. A week later, the check engine light came on and I had to take it to the shop. It broke down again a couple of times, with the engine needing to be replaced, leaving me without a vehicle for three months. The... View More

John Michael Frick
John Michael Frick
answered on May 2, 2024

The Lemon Law only applies to new motor vehicles during the warranty period or for one year from the date of the sale of the vehicle to its first end user.

Used cars with 116,051 are commonly sold as-is, although some dealers may offer after-market extended warranties to used car buyers.

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Q: I bought a used vehicle with 68,000 miles on it & it started leaking oil 2 wks after & it has a warranty but not factory

Its a 2015 dodge durango, it has an extended warranty of 2yrs unlimited miles and a warranty the the dealership put on the vehicle!! The part that they need to fix it, no one can get ahold of due to covid!! They wanted me to drive the vehicle while it is leaking oil and add oil to it here and there... View More

Jessica Brown
Jessica Brown
answered on Mar 22, 2021

You should contact a lemon law attorney ASAP to talk about what your options are here. There isn't enough information to be able to tell from your post.

There are strict notice requirements that have to be met or you can be forever barred from bringing a claim or recovering anything....
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1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Contracts and Lemon Law for Oklahoma on
Q: Why does my carfax show a date 1-17-2019 and mileage at 101802 when I have a service report that's dated 1-7-2019 with

The mileage reported at 101989. How is it 11 days later the miles are reported to dmv at 101802? Seems fishy to me.

Please help seems like possible rolled back mileage.

Bruce Alexander Minnick
Bruce Alexander Minnick
answered on Feb 9, 2020

This is not a legal question; nor is it evidence of odometer tampering. It is a mistake.

1 Answer | Asked in Consumer Law, Lemon Law and Small Claims for Oklahoma on
Q: Car dealer wont let me return after 2 weeks of issues, says will look like repo and hurt my credit.

Bought car 2 wks ago. Issues since day 3, check engine light came on, returned to shop ON day 3, drove home a week later, 24 hrs later, check engine light again. Didnt drive for a few days, keyfob died and couldnt start car. Frustrated. Talked to shop about returning car, said that the 'return... View More

David Humphreys
David Humphreys
answered on Jan 6, 2020

Google for a consumer lawyer with a free case review and email or call.

Too complicated to answer in the space provided.

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