What does it mean to have blood blisters and clear blisters under the tongue?
Ask to speak to the regional service representative – no tree sap is going to blister a clear coat – thats complete nonsense! Clearly, there was an accident somewhere – either in production, before sale, or since youve owned it, where an agent has either interfered with the original binding of the clear coat, or some acid has been splattered on it sense!Either way, to avoid a lawsuit, Toyota should replace the car! A re-spray will not be of the same quality as a factory original spray job! Consult your states lemon law about what is allowed as reasons to trigger the lemon law! Substantial paint failure is usually grounds in most states!If you do not get satisfaction pretty quickly, do contact a consumer affairs attorney and let the the regional rep know you are doing that and you will be suing for legal costs as well as damages! Dealers are generally scum, but once you get through their BS to Toyota NA, you should deal with reasonable people!
Most blisters are filled with a clear fluid called serum or plasma. Intense rubbing can cause a blister, as can any friction on the skin if continued long enough.
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