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Kclyatt

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  1. Each state is different however I think the basic premise of the lemon law is the vehicle must have a "significant" issue that cant be repaired. I am not sure paint blemishes and misaligned doors would qualify but a braking issue or steering or another safety defect would certainly qualify.
  2. A simple self-test to determine if the spoiler or the window is why these leaks are occurring would be to use tape to temporarily seal up the spoiler gap and the third brake light. I’m certain most today’s dealership mechanics are trained to do what they are told or can read from their diagnostic machines and investing time to investigate is not $$ in their pocket. I don’t believe a window water leak from rain would soak the headliner that water must be trickling from higher up.
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