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We recently (first of Dec) bought a certified used car from a local dealership and within 3 days were having electrical issues with one of the air bag lights returning an error message and lighting up. Over the past 2 months we've had the car a total of maybe 30 days, with no more than 4 days consecutively as repeated dashboard light malfunctions, bad spark plugs, some other sensor in the engine, and sensors in the passenger seat going wacky.
The dealership has offered to let us try to find something instead of this car, but seem to be low balling us at this point to avoid themselves taking a hit. We've told them our bank prefers approving vehicles with x mileage, x year due to our credit scores - and they first offered us an older car with high mileage and frankly I got snappy with them over this. They have a 4 day return policy - but obviously we're well beyond that, but since we started with the issues 3 days in, I'm wondering if I retain some of those rights.
I've looked into Maine's lemon laws and they don't really apply to used cars in our situation - but we're getting really annoyed with them, really frustrated with what they feel is an equivalent vehicle. Has anyone been in a similar situation with advice on dealing with the dealer to make sure my wife gets into a reliable vehicle in the end? Should I be finding a lawyer at this point?