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When did you buy the car?
Thank you. How much was it and how did you pay?
Unfortunately as you bought privately, the onus is on you to check that the car is of satisfactory quality and fit for purpose before you buy it. Unless you had an agreement with the seller that if the car was faulty, they would take it back, I am afraid your rights are very limited.
As the seller has refused to take the car back, you may go to court if you feel that the seller misrepresented the quality of the car or did not describe it accurately.
You may take the risk of taking the car back to the seller's premises and putting the keys through his post box with a letter demanding your money back or you will go to court.
If they refuse to pay you, you may file a court claim online at www.moneyclaim.gov.uk
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