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my ******* paint

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Two quarter inch bubbles on my hood. 2006 Black Coupe with only 6k miles...what gives?
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OMG, I think that's what's wrong with my roof!!! I have a circular spot about the size of a baseball on the black paint that has faded almost white (looks oxidized), and the surface feels less smoth than the surrounding paint. This spot is on the right side about halfway between the back of the sunroof and the start of the rear windshield. It is directly down from where my battery sits under the hood. It has slowly gotten worse over the last 2 years. I have a theory that when my car was originally delivered to the dealer, it was one of the cars on the bottom, and there was a car above it staggered that may have had a leaking battery...the dealer may have wiped up the liquid (batter acid) but may have not neutralized it first.
Question, how do you get the dealer to pay for something like this? I have already taken it in to both the dealer and my auto detailer, and neither one knew what it was.
i'd take it to somewhere non-bias like a decent paint shop. see what they say and then call infiniti of america with your assumption. i'm not sure what else could have caused that :confused:
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