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Dont tell them over the phone that you are canceling the deal...Dont give them time to tamper under your hood.
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Just go in there and say you do not have the money to give them $350 and that its ok to cancel the deal.

They would be stupid to do that and I highly doubt they will.
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I have a question! So they called me today *****ing and moaning that the screen i had in it was taken out... a week later!

The whole story is i brought it by the day before to check out the car and test drive it. While i was doing that they took a look at my car to give me a appraisal. When I got back from the drive they asked me about my truck and when the asked me about my screen i told the guy no im keeping it. Well the next day i took it out and put the stock unit back in and went to go do the trade, during this trade they made no attempt to further look at my truck so everything got signed and I went on my way.

And now a week later theyr complaining I need to bring them the headunit or pay them 350$ or theyr going to "cancel" the deal. Do they have any right whatsoever legaly to go after me?
Is it the sales person or the sales manager? I would guess the sales person is just trying to pocket the head unit. As long as you replaced it wil stock equipment they should be happy. Dealerships don't care about mods on a vehicle.

If you removed the head unit before the paper work was signed then it is on them. They didn't verify the condition of the vehicle before completing the deal. If you have gone through the F&I office and paper work is signed then they can't "reverse the deal"
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that price is pretty accurate. i picked up my 04 XLT for $14,800 originally 16
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Ya i think im in the clear, he was just tryin to muscle me into giving him some extra cash. He called me again and I said its your fault for not checking the day the vehicle was brought in so if you want to reverse the deal go for it because I already put 1.5k miles on the car lol. He said some angry words and left it.
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Ya i think im in the clear, he was just tryin to muscle me into giving him some extra cash. He called me again and I said its your fault for not checking the day the vehicle was brought in so if you want to reverse the deal go for it because I already put 1.5k miles on the car lol. He said some angry words and left it.
Thats good...Hate how dealers feel like they are getting screwed if they dont screw you as hard as they can...Ive never seen a dealer not come out ahead (with the exception of the ones that tried to scam the cash for clunkers deal)
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Ya i think im in the clear, he was just tryin to muscle me into giving him some extra cash. He called me again and I said its your fault for not checking the day the vehicle was brought in so if you want to reverse the deal go for it because I already put 1.5k miles on the car lol. He said some angry words and left it.
Yeah, I told you that SOB was just bluffing to get some extra cash. I know how those bastards operate.
They get special training on how to screw people over.
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Thats good...Hate how dealers feel like they are getting screwed if they dont screw you as hard as they can...Ive never seen a dealer not come out ahead (with the exception of the ones that tried to scam the cash for clunkers deal)
That was a disaster. They approved cars that weren't on the list and didn't qualify. Some dealers parted out the old cars before they melted them down and scraped them like they were supposed to. Some never even turned in the paperwork or turned it in late.
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