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Re: lemon law question - need help quick! (archive)

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Posted by JDR on January 06, 2000 at 10:23:34:

In Reply to: lemon law question - need help quick! posted by Peet on January 06, 2000 at 09:59:20:

Lemon laws vary by state, so your remedies depend on which state you live in.

Some states require that your car was at the dealer at least 30 days, OR that it has been returned to the dealer 4 times for the same problem. Sounds like you'd qualify under the latter.

There was a great web site that summarized all of the lemon laws in the U.S., but I can't find it right now--maybe someone else will post it.

Try,, and I just checked these out and they have some basic info. on the lemon law.

Hope this helps. Good luck.

95 ///M3

: My car's been in for the same problem now six times. The dealer has been very thorough in trying to find it but alas, just now thinks there's a fix. Needs to order parts, ok here comes visit 7.

: The problem: Rattle in driver side B pillar. (drives me nuts btw).

: Here's the question, is this something that merits a lemon law to kick in?

: I ask, because as an aside, I am being told that I drive too hard (no shit - that's why we bought m3's to begin with) and my rotors are glazed and need replacing. $700 please. I got peed off and that's why I started asking aroudn about the lemon law.

: Any help is urgently requested as the car is at the shop today.

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