They are legally obligated to fix the car if it does not have the fan recall that was part of the FA bk.Exactly why you should buy a certified Karma.......preferably with a warranty through Karma Automotive.
There are no funds from Fisker to complete the recalls that some Karma's did not have completed. If your Karma needs anything, and it did not go through the certification process and warranty offered through Karma Automotive ~ any recalls needed will be at your expense.
Yes but there are also cars that have had this recall completed that have no stickers or cars that have not had it completed with stickers. I have seen all these variants. The fan recall happened during a time when dealers were jumping ship off the FA bandwagon. Wanted to ditch the brand as quick as possible.
...cars that have not had it completed with stickers. I have seen all these variants...
Parts weren't available and it was mass confusion with the company tanking, dealers or former dealers at the time were looking to dump cars- they couldn't legally sell cars without the "sticker". I actually purchased a car with the sticker claiming the work has been performed but it had not been done. I have seen others for sale through out the years.Odd, why would a dealer/tech attest to performing work (placing a "work performed" sticker with date) and not doing it - doesn't make sense.
I have seen it where they do the work and forget or omit placing the campaign completed decal as it's reported up via VIN, but not a situation claiming to perform a campagin and not do it.