What can I do if the dealership will not fix something under warranty?
Under the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC), which has been adopted in some form by all states, there are implied warranties in every sales transaction that the goods sold are fit for the particular purposes for which such goods were purchased. This is called "implied warranty of fitness for a particular use".
This warranty is created when:
1. At the time of sale, the seller has reason to know the uses the buyer has for the goods;
2. The buyer relies on the seller's judgment in selecting the goods; and
3. This implied warranty is not created if the buyer's knowledge of the goods is as great as the seller, or the buyer has a professional consultant, or the buyer supplies specifications to the seller.
You might consider writing a letter to the manufacturer citing the breach of warranty of fitness and then send a copy of the letter to the dealer.