If I purchased a car with a warranty but because a certified dealer performedinadequate work the manufacturing isn’t honoring it, who is at fault?

The dealer we bought it from didn’t disclose the problems with the car. We haven’t had our vehicle for a month while repairs were being performed. Now the manufacturer isn’t willing to work on the car anymore because a different certified dealer used the wrong parts on a previous repair. Do we have a case?

Asked on February 25, 2012 under General Practice, Washington


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