I purchased a used car about a month ago and a problem regarding vibration and noise started to be noticeable a day after driving off the lot. I’ve spent a lot of time and money having mechanics look at it. The tires keep going out of alignment and the dealer has replaced several parts in the car themselves.
The dealer has been cooperative and is reputable (large dealer that sells new and used, full service shop, been around for a long time, etc). They have fixed whatever the mechanics found wrong themselves, but have grown tired of me and now don’t believe anything is wrong with the car. Meanwhile, the problem with the car has only become worse.
I put a down payment on the car and used financing; however the check from my credit union (for the financing portion) is still in the process of being mailed to me. That is, I have not yet fully paid for the car. Is it possible to return the car to them, saying that I could not get financing? In general, if financing falls through and the dealer agrees to accept the return, do dealers normally charge fees such as the amount of miles put on a car or number of days the car was used?