Mazda dealer ship broke my car what should i do?

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Asked by Apr 30, 2012 at 04:10 AM about the 2003 Mazda MAZDASPEED Protege 4 Dr Turbo Sedan (2003.5)

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My wiring harness got a hole drilled through it at the mazda dealer ship. Its the main engine emission harness. Mazda has attempted to install the right harness 3 times now with no luck. What should i do? currently it has a harness to an automatic protege causing check engine light

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You could splice the wires in the damaged harness.

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depending on your state you could try to use lemon law

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well the thing is mazda allready threw out the damaged harness.

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if they drilled through it then make them pay for it. i worked at a dealership and i have been in situations like this with mechanics. if they break something they are liable to fix it. if not i would recommend filing a claim in small claims court as harnesses and labor are not cheap. if that doesn't get them moving i don't know what will.. usually though when the threat of lawsuit looms they fix things fast. also NEVER go there again lol.

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