My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: Ohio
Bought a used car (2006, 40k miles) and after 2 weeks the airbags stopped working. Turns out the heated seats caused some kind of circuit malfunction and the repair is going to be $1500. Is the dealer who sold me this car responsible at all? The only warranty was a 3 month drivetrain warranty, so I know electrical problems aren't covered in that. But somebody has got to be responsible for this car breaking after 2 weeks. The problem was most likely pre-existing and just waiting for the seat heaters to be turned on. I have heard from friends, but been unable to confirm, that dealers are responsible for any failures up to 30 days after purchase of a used car. Any truth to that?