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Old 06-15-2002, 06:49 PM   #1
KillerRex
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Angry Bubble in my paint.

I was waxing my car this afternoon, when I noticed a bubble in the paint on the roof of my car. My car's pretty much brand new, and I'm am sure this is a factory defect. Will SOA fix the bubble on the roof? It should be covered under warranty right? TIA
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Old 06-16-2002, 01:53 AM   #2
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I think they will as I had a bubble/peeling paint on my rear fender liner. The water being slung up by the wheel was making it worse. But to speed up the process go ahead and file a complaint to SOA. They will then ask you to schedule a visit to you local dealer and should give you a claims number. The district rep may/should come and look at you car and give the dealership the ok to fix it. Make sure that it is painted right though by a body shop and not some touch up guy who works out of a van. I hate those guys with a passion. Good luck.
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