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My car just broke! What the fuck!? Bought it just a month or so ago...

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  • 5
    Get on a dating app and find someone that works on cars and then ask them for free help.

    For context: https://devrant.com/rants/3758383/...
  • 1
    @BobbyTables That'd be something! But I think my GF should be back from the store pretty soon.
  • 4
    if you were in germany i would say to the seller: repair it its your fault.
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    @stop I would, but turns out it's an engine fasteners. Those things break. I'll see what to do...
  • 6
    @ScriptCoded we have an special situation here. in the first 6 months the seller must prove it was the error of the customer. after that in zhe followinh 18 months the customer must prove it was an defect of the product that was there from the beginning.
  • 3
    @stop We have that as well, but when buying cars you usually sign a special contract to agree that the car is bought in the condition it was sold in.
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    @ScriptCoded that would be illegal in germany, when you buy it from an commercial seller. private business is always sold as seen.
  • 4
    Swedish quality 🤷🏻‍♀️
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    @Elyz Volvo ftw. What non-luxury cars do you have in Denmark even? Pff
  • 2
    Did you try filling the fuel tank?

    Sounds like a used car. If the seller knew of should have known about the problem, and didn't tell you about it, you could get a refund or revert the deal. Otherwise, it's completely on you.
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    @electrineer 🤦🏼‍♂️

    But yeah, I'll give them a call tomorrow. Hopefully we can settle on a deal since there's some other things that were left out after the deal.
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    @ScriptCoded We didnt bothered,due to we already know german cars are superior.
  • 3
    Have you tried turning it off and on again?

    [Kidding] - that sucks, hope things come right for you 👌
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    What car ?
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    @kateliuyi Volvo V50 Summum, '07. Nice car and all, but works a lot better when it's not broken.
  • 2
    Envy such a good car
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