|09-04-2009, 01:32 PM||#1|
Join Date: Nov 2008
2008 Outlook XE
"....Warranty is almost up on the vehicle."
" . . . The dealer is giving the car back to us, unable to fix the problem . . . . . . The warranty is almost up on the vehicle. "
This is a scenario where I personally think when ya have documented (your own and within the product sellers' files) of a ongoing/unsolved problem that, until they DO fix the problem warranty coverage still (should) go beyond the warranty expiry date !
But alas that may just be in a 'perfect world'
This is not a real world situation where some person has done something stupid (drank too much, killed . . . . signed up on a too good to be true deal ....) and some people (more so these days) think they can just hit reset or change a channel/edit out . . . . the bad scenario will disappear.
But is a (real world) problem with a product that the manufacturer presently acknowledges responsibility, and should be responsible (ya would think) for till either they fix it or . . . . **** actually freezes over !
IS THERE any legal precedent out there ?
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