Car dealership is robbing me?
if you are within your 30 days of purchasing the vehicle, and the installation was part of the buying agreement, take the car in and say you want to cancel the agreement. they can have the car back since you did not get your louvers for 500 as previously agreed upon. if they say you are mistaken and that was not part of the deal, say that is fine, i am willing to accept i misunderstood, but on that premise, i still don't want the car as i agreed to buy it on the premise i would get the louvers for 500. so the deal is in void. who do i give the keys to? i am pretty sure they will give you the installation in order to keep the sale, otherwise, turn it in and go somewhere else to get you a new car.
edited: why i am even answering to this but anyway, on the premise he had purchased the vehicle with the agreement that the louvers would cost 500 and he had it in writing, reasonable time period to allow them to install, communication back and forth as to why they haven't, etc. in my note below, i suggest getting legal advice and no where do i claim to be a lawyer. i guess we should also add each state is different with how they handle their laws. and nobody has told him to go to the better business bureau and file a consumer complaint but that is an option, too. i live in nh, feel free to take me to court under charges of pretending to be a lawyer. i am sure the local judge in my small town will take into account the fact this is an advice forum and nobody here is truly an 'expert' or can be proven otherwise, that we are all just trying to chat around with each other and get pointers, hopefully in the right directions. it's kind of like playing golf with your buddies, seeing you are a lawyer, and chatting about financial matters. i am sure in the end you go to your financial advisor, but do you threaten your lawyer buddies with lawsuits for giving financial tips based on their experiences while you are golfing?