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Old 02-02-2013, 01:04 PM   #1
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Anyone have any experience with Lemon claims to Ford? I'm a little concerned that I may have myself one. The dealership still has 2 more attempts to fix my issue, but there's no harm in being prepared. Please share any information or past experiences you've had.
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Old 02-02-2013, 01:06 PM   #2
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whats wrong with the car
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Old 02-02-2013, 04:52 PM   #3
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You left out most of the story.
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He doesn't need a story. He simply wants information about the lemon law procedure from anyone who has said information. I have zero experience in the matter so I'm useless.
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Well yeah a little bit more story here would've been nice, but anyways. Well pretty much after so many attempts, the car becomes a lemon law buy back vehicle. Don't necessarily mean you got a bad car" we'll that's what I'm thinking since you didn't specify the problem. If its an engine problem, well it has to be a bad problem, that nobody has been able to fix. If you are still under any kind of power train warranty then ford should give you a credit or try to buy it off of you. I bought a cobra that was a lemon due to "wind noise"(convertible) and the biggest problem with lemons is that no finance or bank wants to buy it. So if your vehicle gets sour, good luck trying to sell it, it's gonna have to be cash money. One last thing. The lemon goes on the registration as well just like a salvage title, so can't really hide it
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