Join Date: May 2013
Location: Adelaide, Australia
Local Time: 03:34 PM
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A week is no time at all. The "dealer" must have known about the problem before you bought the car. Get back to them and ask them to fix it.
Unless you bought the car "as seen" and you signed a waiver to support this fact, there has to be a limited warranty on the vehicle, even if the limited warranty is valid for 3 months (or even a month!).
2009 R56 Mini Cooper S: Chili Red, Black Roof, Black Wheels, ASC+T, SatNav, Very Cute!