Hello, I bought a used car from a Toyota dealer about 2 weeks ago. When I picked-up the car I noticed that the steering wheel wasn't centered when driving straight. Today I took the car to a different, closer, Toyota dealer to have them look at the problem. At first they just thought it needed an alignment, but after inspecting it, they told me it has a bent tie-rod and needs a new power steering rack -- $2000 worth of repairs (purchase price was $19,300). They said it looks like it was in an accident because there is some non-factory repainted area inside the front fender. The dealer I bought it from told us it had a clean accident history when we bought it. What am I entitled to under MA lemon laws? A full refund? Full repair? Anything? The summaries of the lemon law seem to have some vague wording about defects caused by accidents not qualifying under the lemon law. Any help is appreciated!! Thank you.
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