The trial court erred in instructing the jury that a manufacturer remained liable on its limited new car warranty well after the mileage or temporal limits had expired so long as the defect had been reported during the warranty’s duration and had not been “fixed.”  Instead, CACI 3231 correctly summarizes Civ. Code 1795.6, which extends the warranty period only if repairs didn’t cure the problem and the buyer so notifies the manufacturer or seller within 60 days after completion of the repairs.  However, the trial court correctly nonsuited the plaintiff’s claim for breach of implied warranties, as he bought the car used, not new.  Only distributors and dealers are liable for implied warranties on used cars under Civ. Code 1795.5.  Here, unlike in Kiluk v. Mercedes-Benz USA, Inc. (2019) 43 Cal.App.5th 334, the manufacturer had not given an express warranty upon sale of the car as a used vehicle, nor had it otherwise participated in the used car sale as a distributor or dealer, and so it could not be held liable on implied warranties to the used car buyer.