Question about 1994 Dodge Dakota Club Cab
The paint is peeling off in sheets from the roof of the cab on my dodge Dakota truck. In all other respect this vehicle is in very good condition. It is the 1994 model. Dodge dealers acknowlodege that they had a problem with this model year but are not willing to assist in rectifying it.. Is there a hidden factory warranty available for this problem.
Yes there is only if your origional owner past that its responisbility of new owner to have painted over its in the sales contract that you received if you are origional owner of vehicle this is a paint defect that dodge has to handle and if service guys wont handle it go to the top man in the building and i mean the top man in charge he will do whats right for you
service only tells you what you want to hear
vehicle history will show if they fixed the problem once before if this is the case this will be a little harder to convince
and if dealer doesnt help file complaint with attorney general then i know the dealer ship will have to cooperate
Posted on Jun 01, 2008
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Our firm supplied Ford the paint durability technology that was used at the Ford Kansas City facility that manufactured the Mazda Tribute. Essentially all Tributes during that time period were paint below Ford's minimum paint thickness specifications taht was used for quality control This information on the 2003 Mazda Tribute may be found in the book that we published on page 47.
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