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Perhaps this year was warmer than last year, so you used your A/C more. Also in warmer days your fridge will work harder even if you don't...
What is the relevance to the issue?
Well. MechEng not lawyer... This is the reason that I am so pissed about this. I know the car was good. I know the car was regularly...
The buyer was as Aussie as a Kangaroo. Young, first car (I was told)
My exact thought
Thanks for the thorough explanation
Can you please explain? Is in this case misleading advertising?
How do I know if he buyer files a statement of claim? Will I get notified?
Will I be informed if the buyer files a statement of claim?
No worries send bank account details and your mother's maiden name as proof.
When I buy I always do that. I offered to take the car to a mechanic of their choice more than once. They declined.
No Subaru. Please read this post " boring reliable"... Sound familiar?
Indeed they put over 1000km on the car as per my RWC and Odo from mechanics report. The car was sold for 9,000 and the repairs would cost...
As I mentioned, owned the car for long time and absolutely never had any issue. Always maintained on time and recorded in the log book....
This could only had happened at the mechanics during service. I always use either the recommended coolant or demineralised water
The mechanics reports days that found some sort of adhesive in the coolant. It is all. Damage consistent with overheating and comments...
Sorry did not read after block here number. thanks for the reply
MechEng posted a forum topic Advice Needed: Sold Car, Buyer Says It Has Major Defect
I sold a 10yr 125000 km car privately. The car was in great condition at time of sale. Note that this car was definitely not a high yield...