Steven Taterka purchased a new Ford Mustang from a Ford dealer. More than two years later, after Taterka had put 75,000 miles on the car and Ford's express warranty had expired, he discovered that the taillight assembly gaskets on his Mustang had been installed in such a way that water was permitted to enter the taillight assembly, causing rust to form. Even though the rusting problem was a recurrent one of which Ford was aware, Ford did nothing for Taterka. Was Ford liable to Taterka under the implied warranty of merchantability?
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