I bought a used 2000 Jeep Wrangler from a dealer at the beginning of April. It had 54,2xx miles on it and had a clean car fax. A week later the check engine light came on and there were some other problems wrong with it. I took it to the dealer and they went over it and fixed everything. It cost 1200 dollars to fix everything. This tuesday I was under the Jeep looking around and find a big crack in the upper control arm mount. It happened because of all the rust over the years. The dealer sold it to me this way and we brought it to the dealer to get it looked at and maybe fixed. We talked to the general manager and he said that they don't need to look over a used car before they sell it. Is this true? Isn't there a law about selling unsafe vehicles? Can anyone help me? Thanks. The crack.