Purchased a 2003 Pontiac Grand AM in September 2003. Came with a 5 years warranty that was set to expire in November 2008. This same dealer performed all of the repairs below...

--February 2005: Had its first issue with the drivers side door window "sash" breaking and needing replacement;
--July 2006: Same issue, same repair job done;
--August 2006: Same issue, same repair job done;
--November 2006: Same issue, same repair job done;
--May 2007: Same issue, same repair job done;
--August 2008: Same issue, same repair job done;
--September 2009: Same issue, same repair job done;
--August 2010: Same issue, same repair job done;

The first 6 times, it was fixed under warranty. The seventh time, they said that the previous replacement part was still under warranty.

The latest time (today), was notified by the dealer that per a GM rep, that this would be the final time they cover this repair. Due to age, the car no longer being under warranty and because it's not a common problem -- it's not a warranty item.

This smells bad to me. Does this not clearly fall under Federal Lemon Law statutes that it's been a recurring issue since we purchased the car?

Any help appreciated.