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Q: We bought a used car. It had 30,000 miles on it. Turns out after bringing it to Nissan because of smoke issue the car

was flagged by Nissan and was to be sold at auction with "no engine warranty". The small dealer I bought it from never disclosed any issues or any flags to the engine warranty. Now I have a car that needs a new motor. Car was sold in New Jersey.

Elizabeth Tarasi
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answered on Jan 6, 2019

Call a lemon lawyer. That type of attorney handles these issues

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Q: Just bought a car from a private seller on monday. Now the next day car in shop with rotted frame. What can I do?

The car wasnt even in my posession. For 24 hours and had a good inspection sticker until next year. I used my savings to buy the car and need a vehicle for my job.

Elizabeth Tarasi
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answered on Sep 19, 2018

Private seller---they probably sold it to you as-is. Unfortunately there is not much you can do? If you paid with a check you can try to stop payment. Try to repair the car as best you can. I am sorry this happened to you.

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Q: I purchased a car that is defective yesterday how can I get the dealer to take it back?

I purchased a car yesterday from a dealer who disclosed the car made a noise when in park , i immediately took it to the mechanic who told me it would be 3000 or more to fix. i did some digging and found out this is a common issue with the car that even has a class action lawsuit against the maker.... View More

Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing
answered on Jun 19, 2017

He tells you it makes a noise. You buy it nonetheless. Sounds like it's on you. My only suggestion is file a complaint with whoever licenses car dealers--not sure if that'd be DOT or Secretary of State.

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Q: If you take your car to auto shop and not once but twice your front will is falling off what legal action can be taken.
Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing
answered on Jul 27, 2016

As long as they pay for damages and it's not a warranty issue then the action you take--I'm assuming they refunded your money--is not to go there again.

Q: how do i know overnight locator is a real company and not face the call from multiple number 914-750-4101,305-330-6291

they bean calling to my home phone the is under my boyfriend name i never give this number to no one except doctor and family they bean calling but they refused to give me there names last named or employee number. calling saying different thing , one said something about silver law suit i... View More

Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing
answered on Jun 24, 2016

Not a lawyer question. If you are on the do not call list tell them. Probably scam artists. Unfortunately local cops ususally say call the FBI, FBI says call local cops. I suggest you start with the do not call list.

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