I would check with the State Consumer Protection Board, there is a resident Consumer Lawyer there that monitors dealership unscrupulous practices. The Consumer Protection Agency in your State maybe a good start aso. Once you get a hold of one, they liketo be secretive about this meeting, they like to gather enuf materials for a possible case for you. While you have their ears, they may provide legal options, for you to decide your course of action.
No matter what you do, dont sign any paperwork without legal review. The dealership has alot or legal armaments, so be ready. But one thing is clear, you have damages to claim thats going for you. Even with the fix of the car, resell value had suffered. Good luck!
Last edited by ase2dais; 07-25-2006 at 05:31 PM.