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I bought the car second hand and the original dealer is out of state...and warranty has expired already. How should I handle it with the local dealer? What obligations, if any, would the local dealer have for an issue like this?
Thanks for your input Paul. Which wires could have gotten wet? Just to give a bit of history...I washed the car about 6 weeks ago, stored/garaged it for 3 weeks, drove it for 10 min, stored/garaged it again for 3 weeks, then started drivign it daily since a few days ago (which is when the problem materialized). Do you think it could still be water?
Thanks, will try that. Any other suggestions anyone?