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Subject: 94 Lexus LS400 transmission/warranty Date: 11/9/2000 4:26 PM
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I bought a 94 Lexus LS400 2/2/00 with 69,000 in very good condition. The original owner purchased the Extra Care Warranty. I transfered it into my name for $50.00 and it is good for 7 yrs. or 100,000 miles. The car has 80,000 miles now. The 7 yrs are up on 12/11/00! The transmission has started slipping once in a while just lately so I dropped it off at the dealers yesterday. The said they will "try" to get it to slip and put it on the machines to test pressure and
so forth...My question is: if the dealership can't get it to slip, since it has been documented that I
brought it in for that reason, after the warranty expires on the 11th of next month and it keeps slipping once in awhile are they obligated to fix it or am I screwed?
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