That about sums it up… Now that I got that out of my system. I have woken up for the 4th day in about 3 weeks to find my battery dead again. It is getting so annoying. I thought this was a step up. I did not expect so many issues with this damn car! This is the 4th time it has died and had to be boosted and the temperature only went down to -11°C (-16°C ), which is cold but not cold enough that a 3-4 year old car should die when it gets that cold. There has to be something wrong with the battery.
Cory’s Dad is picking me up to take me to work at 8:30 tomorrow morning and I am getting a ride back with them as Pat (Cory’s Mom) works 9-5 and I work 9:15 to 5:15 this week. At least I have that much going for me, it wont be like last week where I had to do a combination of co-workers driving me to the KFC and walking the rest of the way (0.5 km) in blizzard conditions (which most of the last 2 weeks has been) that cause a 5-7 min walk to take 15-20 minutes or a cab and either Cory’s Dad or a cab in.
Time to call the dealership I bought it at to see if it was a new battery, I am sure they said it was but can not find the paper that said what was done to it to “certify” it in working order and then call the Ford dealership tomorrow and find out what the hell to do about it. I don’t trust the dealership I bought it at so anything they say I call the Ford dealership for an opinion as the dealership I bought it from has outright lied to my face before about the car but if there is even the slightest chance it is covered under warranty (if a new battery was put in a few months ago when I bought it), then I need to call the dealership I bought it from to find out what to do.
I am so so so pissed off! But really do you blame me? So far since I got the car, the windows stopped going up and down after 2-3 days of having the car, one key fob did not work when I picked it up and the other died within a week, which took 3 months for them to finally fix it after telling me all this was my problem and not theirs, the interior lights would not go out as one of the doors did not seem to close right, which we noticed within a week, it was intermittent and did not always happen.
They fixed all of that after fighting them on it, but this is the last straw. I am really considering looking into the lemon law to see if it covers used cars or to call a lawyer to see what they think cause this is ridiculous to have this much issues with a “certified” used car (which I found out means shit all here) from a reputable dealership within a few months of buying it. It’s not like I bought the car from Joe Blow off the street!
Anyone in Canada know anything about this? If your from the US or elsewhere don’t bother answering that bother answering that question LOL your laws are way different then ours, however feel free to comment!