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NEED MAJOR HELP! WHAT SHOULD I DO?

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Old 05-17-2008, 01:47 PM
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Default NEED MAJOR HELP! WHAT SHOULD I DO?

Okay, So heres the deal. I just bought a 2006 Jetta GLi, and the dealership sold the car to me at night. I saw a Minor Dent that kinda blent in with the body style.... But, in the morning i realized there were more dents across the car.. Then the seller told me that there was just scuff on the front bumper..And now I see that its a major scratch. Then as Im driving I can hear Wind coming in like as if there were a dent on the inside of my door cause air to flow in as im driving at 45+ mph..is that one normal? Does anyone have "Lo-Jack" like if my car were to be stolen they guarentee that it will be found within 24 hours? Well, if you do then you know they place a blue sticky with a barcode and they put this pink acidic substance to ensure the sticky wont come off durring rain and such...well the seller smugged the acid all over the window and it kind of ate through my glass.

So, What should I do?
 
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Old 05-17-2008, 03:23 PM
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Default RE: NEED MAJOR HELP! WHAT SHOULD I DO?

well you could spend alot of money, or give it back and ask for a re-sale, if it's from a dealership. Sounds like lemon???
 
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