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VIC Transmission on Car Faulty - Recourse Under Australian Consumer Law?

Discussion in 'Australian Consumer Law Forum' started by Marley, 11 March 2016.

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  1. Marley

    Marley Member

    11 March 2016
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    3 weeks ago, I purchased a secondhand car from a dealership. I was told it is in perfect working order and has no issues. It now seems the automatic transmission is faulty/damaged and is quickly deteriorating.

    The car is worth approximately $16000 and to replace or repair the transmission will cost in the region of $7000. The 3-year warranty they provided only covers up to $1000 towards repair of the transmission.

    What recourse do I have under Australian Consumer Law? Where do I go from here?


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