Is a used car dealer responsible for an extended warranty if the buyers signed a contract that had nothing about warranty written in it?

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Is a used car dealer responsible for an extended warranty if the buyers signed a contract that had nothing about warranty written in it?

Asked on January 26, 2012 under General Practice, Pennsylvania

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Daniel Bowen / Daniel D. Bowen, Attorney at Law

Answered 9 years ago | Contributor

Normally, there is a seperate warranty agreement and the warranty company is liable for coverage provided by the extended warranty.  If you have a warranty claim, read the warranty agreement carefully and follow the procedure to make a claim.  If you are denied coverage you will need to contact an attorney.


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