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Thank you for quick answer I don't understand the response of the dealership myself how can I be held responsible when I have taken the car in two times with gearbox problem and have been told everything is fine and at the end same gearbox has failed.I guess the report which I have mentioned above in one line says (clutch slip in this case is indicative of driver error resulting in driveon damage.)
Thank you,i guess I can wait for a while
no I have not I took the car straight to them believing the car was under Toyota warranty and now they have pulled most of the front of the car to take out the gearbox and to take to other garage for second opinion they will have to put the bits back and they want money for it,had I known this before that they will classify this has wear and tear I would not have taken my car there but now I have to believe their word.
Thank you,i am sorry this does not answer my question which I received I already had read about this particular sales of good act (1979).my question is as I need the car and this correspondence with them will take time in mean while I have no means of transpotation to go to work or take my kids to school can not afford rent a car .If I repair my car is my case strong enough to take legal action and recover the costs