Question about 2001 Ford Focus
If you paid and the work was supposedly done but the problem persists, then you need to get the car to the dealer who worked on it and demand that you either get the leak fixed, or you get your money back you paid for work that was not up to standards. No way should you allow them to tell you they fixed it and now it is your problem. They took your money for a job they said was complete, but it wasn't. If they refuse to honor their work then you would have a legal case against them in a court of law. If they won't work with you , tell them you will get it fixed by an auto body shop or any other mechanic you chose and will bill them for the repair. Also be prepared to tell them you will seek relief in court by an attorney, but if you tell them this be prepared to back it up by going through with the attorney. Once they see your committed to this they may have a change of heart and agree to remedy your situation. You can also contact ford themselves and let them know what your up against.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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