What to do about an auto warranty company who denied a claim based on false service intervals?

Question Details: I bought a used car with an aftermarket warranty and the timing belt went out at 137,000 miles. I purchased it at 111,000 miles and was denied my claim because the insurance company claimed the manufacturer's recommended maintenance interval for the timing belt was 120,000 miles. After contacting the manufacturer, I was told the actual service interval was 160,000 miles. I believe the warranty company lied to get out of fixing my car and stuck me with the repair. Do I have a case?

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