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USed car broke after two weeks - what should I do?

I bought a used Ford Focus (2005) two weeks ago and the gearbox cable selector broke. The garage I bought it from fixed it, but now the car is difficult to drive and change gear. What can I do?

Asked on 13 June 2014 by delDelvin

Answered by Honest John
Take it back to whoever sold it to you and first it the first time and tell them to fix it properly or give you your money back.
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