What counts as a repair attempt?

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The California Lemon Law defines a repair attempt as any time a consumer presents a vehicle to an authorized dealer for repair, even if the dealer is unable to duplicate the problem you are having or says there is no problem with the vehicle.

For example, say you bring your car to an authorized dealer four times for a steering concern. Even if the dealer claims to be unable to duplicate the issue three of those four times, all four times still count as repair attempts. You attempted to have the defect repaired by bringing it in for service four separate times and that’s all that matters.

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