Date: Sat, 19 Feb 2000 20:00:22 GMT
From: "CliffM" <cmarkellnopsamaone.net>
Subject: Re: Electrical Problems in 2000 9-3


<Snip> Gavin Haslett wrote: > might be able to get the car stamped as a lemon and get a replacement I live in Massachusetts - My 1999 9-5 SE, purchased in Oct., has been in the shop 3 times (so far) to fix an intermittant loud scratchy static noise coming from the radio/cd/tape deck. They have replaced all of the speakers, and now the amp and radio itself. Of course, I have been getting a loaner each time but it's a big pain to have to deal with it. What constitutes a lemon technically? How would you get a replacement car now that we're in a new model year? Where can one find out about how the lemon law works?

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