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I bought a brand new Plymouth Neon last May, 1999. I just took it back to the dealer (1 year later) for some problems which are: front tires have 3,000 miles left on them (I was told be Winston Tires), I was told by the dealer that I have 45% front brakes left which the brakes have only a 25,000 mile life expectancy anyway, they are replacing my cam shaft (I think that's they call it) because of a oil leak. How can a brand new car like this fall apart?

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