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Old 08-30-2011, 12:45 PM
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Originally Posted by dtc100 View Post
It is not whether the dealer, and therefore the manufacture, could deny being at fault, they always do, but rather how likely you may prove they are at fault. Such speculation should be left to an experienced attorney.

Personally, it would be difficult to convince me the CPO dealer, going through the rigorous CPO procedures, as claimed by the manufacture, could have easily missed the problem, so it is likely they simply reset the SES code.

The bottom line is, a reputable dealer, backed by a reputable manufacture, should stand behind their newly CPOed product and resolve the issue for the OP.
And how is that? Presumably the OP took the car for a test drive before signing the purchase paperwork. OP didn't mention anything about getting an SES code until they took the car back to MN. If SES codes didn't appear during the OPs test drive, it is quite possible they did not appear during the test drive part of the CPO inspection.
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